Risky Sexual Behaviours Among Migrant Tea Workers in Kenya

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  • Copyright: 2002-08-17
  • Publisher: Michigan State Univ Pr
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Risky sexual relationships are responsible for the rapid spread of sexually transmitted diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa. This study provides information on sexual behaviour among Kenya's tea plantation workers. It considers the sociological, cultural and demographic factors which are driving risky sexual behaviour, and the barriers to changing behaviour.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the study and statement of the problemp. 1
Study design and research methodologyp. 21
Levels, patterns of knowledge and behaviour related to STDS and HIV/AIDS prevention among tea plantation workers in Kericho districtp. 31
Prevalence and determinants of extramarital sex among tea plantation workers in Kericho, Kenyap. 61
Prevalence and determinants of non-use of condom in casual sex among tea plantation workers in Kenyap. 73
Factors associated with risky sexual behaviour among tea plantationp. 85
Strategies for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS among tea plantation workers in Kenyap. 95
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