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Silk Road Health Project

This longitudinal study aims to examine the influence of multilevel factors such as migration patterns, and gender roles and expectations on sexual HIV risk behaviors and incidence of HIV, Chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea among a representative sample of 2,000 male migrant market vendors in the largest marketplace in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Findings from this study will have important implications for understanding the determinants of HIV risks and health challenges among migrant workers in Central Asia and will inform health policy and advocacy approaches to improving access to health and HIV treatment and services.



Public Health, Social Work
Epidemiology Department
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