HIV Prevention in Bangladesh

From DipNote: Latest Stories Fri Nov 30 2012, 23:04:00

About the Authors: Monjur Ahmed serves as Project Management Assistant for Communication in USAID/Bangladesh's Office of Population, Health, Nutrition and Education, and Linda Quamar serves as Development Outreach and Communication Assistant in the USAID/Bangladesh Program Office.

Kajol, like many other young women from rural Bangladesh, came to Dhaka in search of employment. With the false promise of employment, she was abducted and forced into the sex trade. Later, Kajol came across one of the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) HIV Prevention peer educators and was encouraged to leave her profession to pursue "a different life which would offer her acceptance and respect in the society." Presently, Kajol works as a trainer for commercial sex workers (CSW) in USAID's... more »

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