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Publication women fish transactional aids gender african fisheries - - traveling fastBoat owners usually accessed this capital through loans or through family members. There was a clear division between those who were able to buy fish from the fishing boats. This analysis was performed to describe the characteristics of women who participated in the study, identify factors associated with completion of follow up visits and provide information on whether particular categories of women should be targeted to increase participation and retention in HIV prevention research among these socially unique communities. These were a highly mobile group of women who came to the communities following high fish catches and were paid to have sex with customers from the bars they worked. As noted earlier, lack of refrigeration meant that as soon as fishermen landed, their catch was sold immediately for cash.
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Maintaining confidentiality was also stressed during the training of the research team as well as to all participants of the focus groups. The context and motivation of engagement in transactional sex is important in understanding risk as well as risk perception in these engagements. These incidents ranged from being verbally abused for not opening Chibuku beer packets quickly enough, to being gang raped. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Cross-national Variation in Occupational Sex Segregation. HIV and syphilis prevalence and associated risk factors among fishing communities of Lake Victoria, Uganda.