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Behavioral Surveillance Survey among Bhutanese Refugees and Selected Host Community Sites in Eastern Nepal

2006

The primary objective of this study was to assess HIV risk-related behavior among Bhutanese refugees and to investigate whether there are sexual links or bridges between the refugee population and the host-community population. The study assessed the knowledge, attitude and risk behavior of Bhutanese refugee youths and adults in relation to HIV/AIDS.

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