Paper on low program access among young women who sell sex in Kenya published in BMC Public Health

Lab trainee Elizabeth and colleagues published a paper titled “Low program access despite high burden of sexual, structural, and reproductive health vulnerabilities among young women who sell sex in Kenya” in BMC Public Health. This paper is a part of the Transitions study.

The Transitions study found that sexual, reproductive, and structural vulnerabilities begin early in the lives of young women who sell sex, most of whom are not yet reached by services designed for key populations.

 

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