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GLOBAL: Sex in the City

NAIROBI, 5 September 2007 (IRIN In-Depth) -

  • ASIA: Opening eyes of migrants to dangers of big cities' embrace
  • SOUTH AFRICA: Reaching out to women caught in sex industry
  • KENYA: Too drunk to think - alcohol abuse and HIV
  • NEPAL: Impoverished Nepalese girls tricked into prostitution
  • SWAZILAND: Hard times raise levels of abuse
  • Alaa al-Bouz, Beirut, “I was taken to an orphanage when I was too young to even remember"
  • UGANDA: Glum HIV/AIDS outlook for Kampala's slum dwellers
  • ETHIOPIA: Urban farming boosts families affected by HIV
  • KENYA: Treating more than just HIV/AIDS in Nairobi's Kibera slum
  • SOUTH AFRICA: "I'm in danger" - public responds to condom scandal
  • BURUNDI: Sex and drugs leave Bujumbura's homeless at risk of HIV
  • Mahmoud Rafid, Iraq, “I have to keep working despite being sexually abused”
  • YEMEN: Street children at increased risk of sexual abuse
  • SUDAN: Juba's street children survive at risk of HIV
  • LESOTHO: Helpline allows children to report abuse

Theme(s): (IRIN) Gender Issues, (IRIN) HIV/AIDS (PlusNews), (IRIN) Urban Risk


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