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Author
NACO - National AIDS Control Organization
Title
National Baseline High Risk and Bridge Population Behavioural Surveillance Survey Part I (Female Sex Workers and their Clients)
Imprint
NACO - National AIDS Control Organisation, 2001, 101 pp
Url
http://www.nacoonline.org/publication/41.pdf
Abstract

"There is a need for a national survey to serve as baseline database, and thereafter, at a certain interval, undertaking mid-term and final evaluations to measure impact of the interventions under the program. The study requirement for undertaking the baseline survey is to cover three types of target population: 1. General Population Group, 2. Bridge Group, 3. High Risk Population Groups, The present report provides the detailed findings of the baseline survey conducted among the bridge group (Client of Female Sex Workers) and one high-risk population group (Female Sex Workers) seeking their present status on awareness, knowledge, attitude and behaviour with regard to STD/HIV/ AIDS. The study has been conducted in 32 States and Union Territories of India."

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