«That girl needs a Chug Chug!»
Female sex workers in the country are one of the most affected populations, with high prevalence rates of both HIV and sexually transmitted infections STIs. Methods: A qualitative study was undertaken in Yangon at the end of to investigate the social and demographic features contributing to the transmission of HIV among female sex workers in urban Myanmar. Twenty-seven key informants from the government, non-government organisations NGOs , international non-government organisations INGOs , private sector and the United Nations system agencies and 25 women currently working in the sex trade were interviewed. Results: The sex trade in Yangon is rapidly growing and is characterised by a high degree of complexity. The number of female sex workers is estimated to be between 5, and 10, and there are approximately brothels operating in various townships around the city.
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Sex trafficking in Myanmar
Sex trafficking in Myanmar - Wikipedia
Wut Yee, who requested to change her name for this story, had quit school to handle household chores and look after her brother and she had no other source of income. Money was in short supply. He took me in his car to a house on the outskirts of town. I spent the whole day with him. After two months, she quit over disagreements with colleagues and exploitation by the owner, and she decided to ply the trade alone on the streets, often following men more than twice her age into dingy hotel rooms.
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Myanmar: Women, Girls Trafficked as ‘Brides’ to China
She shares the one-room house with eight members of her family and a scourge of deadly mosquitoes that fester in the thick, green water beneath her feet. A television used to decorate one corner of the house, balanced on a shelf to avoid the floodwater and sewage that seeped in through the floorboards while seasonal rain thrashed the hand-built structure from above. But they no longer have to worry about the television getting wet in monsoon season. They pawned it for cash earlier this year.
When offered a lifeline that could lift them out of a destitute situation, impoverished women in Myanmar often have little choice but to become sex workers. In a country long pervaded by poverty, many Myanmarese are destitute of basic necessities needed to sustain their lives. According to a report by the Asian Development Bank,