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South Africa: National Sex Worker HIV Plan to Fight New Infections - allAfrica.com

16.3.17

South Africa: National Sex Worker HIV Plan to Fight New Infections - allAfrica.com: "At the centre of this plan is a peer education programme, in which participates up to 1000 peer educators who are going to be recruited to provide support as well as assistance to around 70 000 sex workers in our country over a three year period," he said.

The Deputy President said this when responding to a question by Tandi Mpambo-Sibhukwana, a DA Western Cape MP from the Western Cape, who asked how the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) would reach sex workers to roll out the plan given that prostitution in South Africa is illegal.


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