Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) in the Highway Route of Nepal: 2nd Round

2000

This second round of BSS was conducted to systematically measure behavior changes among sex workers and several male population groups along highway routes and major urban areas of the Terai in mid-western to eastern Nepal. The study defines four specific sentinel groups at risk of HIV/STIs: female sex workers; male transport workers; male laborers; and male students. The study covers 16 districts of Nepal. The survey used structured questionnaires administered periodically to samples from these target groups in specific geographic areas.

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