Malawi prostitutes gang up to fight Aids, stigma

From Face of Malawi Sun Nov 18 2012, 11:36:41

Although they have permanent landmark in the country's hotspots, the country has not come to terms with the fact that prostitutes are part and parcel of the community. It is this denial, which stems from cultural stereotypes, which hinders the fight against the Aids epidemic. Activists claim that to ignore commercial sex workers in the [...]

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