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Beattie, T; Bhattacharjee, P; Chandrashekar, S; Mohan, H L; Suresh, M; Rao, D; Isac, S; Prakash, R; Vickerman, P; Heise, L; Ramesh, B M; Moses, S; Watts, C
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What is the impact of community mobilisation as a central component of targeted HIV prevention programmes in India?\ud \ud Research implemented by KHPT and presented in a poster by Tara Beattie, demonstrates how community mobilisation activities built the capacity of female sex workers to manage their vulnerability to HIV. Results showed:\ud \ud Increased levels of collective and individual power, \ud Increased knowledge and uptake of HIV and STI services, \ud Increased condom use with clients and regular partners. \ud \ud This presentation was part of research presented at AIDS 2012 by STRIVE's host group, Social and Mathematical Epidemiology (SaME), LSHTM.
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