Published in AIDS Weekly, March 8th, 1999
With the help of local law enforcement authorities, the Health Ministry's HIV/AIDS Control Center in October 1998 began a program dubbed "100 percent Condom Use" in the seaside town of Sihanoukville, 185 kilometers (115 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh.
Sex workers were instructed by health workers to require all their customers to wear condoms. If men refused to comply, sex workers were encouraged to report them to police.
Sok Bunny, a health official...
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