Cambodian migrants in Thailand most affected by HIV
Contributed by:AIDSPortal Administrator
Contributed Date: May 4 2012 at 19:13
 
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Thailand is home to more than 5 million migrants from Cambodia, Lao and Myanmar, who play a fundamental role in the country’s economic development.
The United Nations program on HIV/AIDS in its latest study has shown that in the six provinces most affected by HIV in Thailand, Cambodian migrants are the most vulnerable; the total number of HIV cases has spread to 2.5% of its population.
Many of them have difficulty to access key treatments such as antiretroviral therapy (ART)...
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Author: Sonia LabbounYear: 2012
 
Terms & Tags: Cambodia, Thailand, Treatment Delivery Infrastructure,
 
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