Published in AIDS Weekly, October 4th, 2004
The research, conducted by the U.K. Department for International Development in the small mining town of Carltonville, southwest of Johannesburg, showed a 46% HIV infection rate among migrant women, compared to 35% among non-migrant women, and condom use was also lower among migrants.
Coauthor of the report Kangelani Zuma told the UN news service PlusNews: "Having multiple partners can be seen as a strategy for economic survival ... they...
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