HIV Vulnerabilities Faced by Women Migrants: from Asia to the Arab States

Publish Year : 2008
Publisher : UNDP Regional Centre in Colombo
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Description :

By analyzing the economic, socio-cultural, and political factors that influence the HIV vulnerability of migrant workers - especially female migrant workers - the study aims to aid the design of appropriate rights-based HIV prevention programmes. It also is intended to identify emerging challenges and trends in the response to HIV and migration issues in host countries, particularly in the area of human rights and public health.


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