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HIV prevalence among adults aged 15 to 49 years in South Africa is 20.6%; 26.3 percent among females and 14.8 percent among males.
The disparity in HIV prevalence by sex is most pronounced among young adults.
For adults aged 15-49 an estimated 19.0% of the population is HIV positive.
If there is a "plus sign" click on it for more columns There is considerable variation in the prevalence rates between women and men.
The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, will host a one-week intensive short course on sexual minority rights from 25 February to 1 March 2019.
Course date: 25 February - 1 March 2019Venue: Room 2-67, Graduate Centre, University of Pretoria Main Campus The Advanced Human Rights Course on Sexual Minorities in Africa introduces participants to basic SOGIE concepts and a thematic and geographical exposition of challenges faced by LGBTI persons in Africa.
HIV prevalence among 20 to 24 year olds, is three times higher among females (15.6%) than males (4.8%).
A report by Human Rights Watch released this month found that criminalization drives sex workers underground where they are often forced to work in unsafe conditions, harassed by the police, and are unable to report rape, assault, or other forms of criminal activity for fear of being prosecuted themselves. However, in a country with a 29% unemployment rate and few economic opportunities for those without tertiary qualifications, criminalization has not deterred people from turning to sex work to support their families.Sex work has been here since my mother, since their mothers and their grandmothers and it's not gonna change. Mbali Khumalo (name changed to protect her identity) is a sex worker and member of a local sex workers movement. Sex workers argue that full decriminalization, which would legalese the buying and selling of sex and the establishment of brothels, is the only option that would keep them safe as it would allow them to report violence to the police without fear.This industry has been here before us, before you, so I want those who are non-sex workers to just stop judging us. “Sex work has been here since my mother, since their mothers and their grandmothers and it’s not gonna change. “Our research found a number of very compelling reasons why sex work should be decriminalized.“Decriminalization it will only mean one thing, that you know, there will be an impact on then the law reform in South Africa.Which is hugely debatable now because of, you’ve got, you know, other anti-prostitution organizations that are out there.