The study findings corroborate available evidence that port areas are “hot spots” for HIV transmission. The study also identifies significant structural and workplace issues of concern that further exacerbate the vulnerability of port-users to HIV. It is comforti ng to verify that the study does not show great differences in results between migrant and non-migrant workers, which points to port-users having equal access to informati on and services related to HIV and AIDS.
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- HEALTH VULNERABILITIES AMONGST MIGRANTS IN MOZAMBIQUE: CONTEXT AND PHAMSA BACKGROUND
- RATIONALE FOR THE STUDY
- BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT FOR PORTS AND PORT-USERS IN MOZAMBIQUE
- ASSESSMENT FINDINGS
- CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS