Surveillance Survey of Female Sex Workers and Clients in Kathmandu Valley: Round I
Abstract: This is the first round of the Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) conducted among the street and establishment based Female Sex Workers (FSWs) and their male clients of Kathmandu Valley.
This survey measures
risk behaviors associated with the risk of HIV infection, such as condom
use, sexual behaviors, knowledge of HIV/AIDS messages, and drug using
habits. The survey provides baseline data to measure the impact of
interventions in the project areas.
Sponsored by: FHI/Nepal, July
2003, 61p. Availability: