Think about this: If the Netherlands, the country that was one of the first to legalize sex work thirteen years ago, still benefits from its capital’s red light district as one of its main attractions for both national and international tourists, what kinds of questions does this raise about the treatment of sex workers outside the regulated district?
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South African Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Task Force, which was conducted with the UN Population Fund.
Population Fund is partnering with a local Pakistani nongovernmental organization in an effort to educate female commercial sex workers in the city of Karachi -- where thousands of such women are at high risk for contracting HIV and other...
The southern African country has one of the world's largest HIV epidemics, with almost 17% of 15- to 49-year-olds living with the disease, according to UNAIDS.