A Regional Assessment of Sex Trafficking and STI/HIV in Southeast Asia: Connections between Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Sexual Risk

15 Aug 2009
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Summary

This independent regional research study by the Harvard School of Public Health and UNDP found that sex-trafficked women and girls in South East Asia are at substantial risk of sexually transmitted infections including HIV, and a majority of them are under 17 years of age.

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