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Misra, Kavita; Vu, Lung, 2014, "Tanzania (2013): HIV Biological and Behavioral Surveys among Female Sex Workers in Seven Regions.Round .", doi:10.7910/DVN/24174, Harvard Dataverse, V2, UNF:5:3V9JDRolaah OL62r53P4SQ== This report presents findings from the first round of an HIV Biological and Behavioral Survey (BBS) conducted from January through March 2013 among female sex workers (FSW) in seven regions across Tanzania: Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Mbeya, Mwanza, Tabora, Shinyanga and Mara.Nairobi - Two South Africans are among 12 men arrested for presumed homosexuality in Tanzania as part of an ongoing crackdown against gays, police said on Wednesday."We arrested the criminals at (the hotel) Peacock - they were promoting homosexuality.Two are South Africans, one Ugandan and nine Tanzanians," Dar es Salaam police head Lazaro Mambosasa said at a weekly press conference.
For the purposes of this study, FSWs were defined as: women who have exchanged vaginal/anal sex in the past three months for money, are 15 years and older, and live and/or work in Tanz ania.
Drinking alcohol during sex work was common, with 70% or more FSWs from all regions surveyed reporting this.
Prevalence of drug use (daily, occasional or weekly, in the past month) however, was low across regions, ranging from only 2% in Tabora to 21% in Mwanza. Violence and forced sex Reported experience of physical violence in the past six months ranged from 26% in Tabora to 58% in Dar es Salaam and of forced sex from 20% in Tabora to 53% in Dar es Salaam.
The study involved the collection of behavioral data through a face-to-face interview, and the collection of biological specimens to test for HIV, syphilis and Herpes Simplex 2 (HSV2), after receiving informed consent.
HIV and STI testing followed national counseling and testing guidelines, and participants who received positive test results were provided referral for treatment and services.