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Benin is a source, transit, and destination country for women, children subjected to sex trafficking. Sex workers are amongst the high risk groups. In the study in Cotonou, clients were recruited from a diversified sample of prostitution venues. Most child victims intercepted in Benin, either from Benin or other West African countries, are exploited or intended for exploitation within the country.
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One possible explanation for these findings is that Prostitutes up of the intervention to a high proportion of clients and FSWs in Benin accelerated changes in behaviour and STI prevalence.
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- During the reporting period, the government decreased its anti-trafficking law enforcement efforts.
- Data from serial integrated biological and behavioural surveys IBBS suggesting positive effects of the intervention on risky sexual behaviour and STI rates, in both Cotonou and other main cities in Benin, are then presented.
- Before commencing IBBS, a census of prostitution venues in each town was carried out, to map the sites and estimate the size of Cotonou FSW population at each site.
- Enrolling women from one clinic Dispensaire Cotonou may have impaired generalizability of the findings.
- The Act Relating to the Transportation of Minors and the Suppression of Child Trafficking act criminalizes child trafficking but focuses on movement of children rather than their ultimate exploitation and prescribes penalties of six months to two years imprisonment or fines if children are moved for the purpose of labor exploitation; these penalties are not sufficiently stringent.