A human rights-focused HIV intervention for sex workers in Metro Manila, Philippines: evaluation of effects in a quantitative pilot study
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KeywordsSex work; HIV/AIDS; Human rights; Community mobilization; Violence; Empowerment; Transactional sex; Men who have sex with men (MSM); female sex workers; Trafficking;
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