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Sector Vulnerability and Populations at Risk

Truck drivers 
  • Long-distance truck drivers' sexual cultures and attempts to reduce HIV risk behaviour amongst them: a review of the African and Asian literature. Jeff Marck. 1999.
    (PDF, 175KB)
  • Potential for HIV transmission among truck drivers in Pakistan (WORD, 90KB)
  • Kenya: Cofactors for the acquisition of HIV-1 among heterosexual men: prospective cohort study of trucking company workers in (PDF, 153KB)
  • Baltic Region: “Truck drivers and casual sex—an inquiry into the potential spread of HIV/AIDS” (PDF, 2.5MB)
  • India: HIV prevention information, motivation, behavioral skills and behavior among truck drivers in Chennai (WORD, 120KB)
  • West Africa: A Review of risks and programmes among truckers (PDF, 953KB)
  • Southern Africa: Targeting HIV-Prevention efforts on truck drivers and sex workers; implications for a decline in the spread of HIV in Southern Africa (WORD, 39KB)
  • Across regions: Putting on the brakes – Preventing HIV Transmission along
    Truck Routes
    (PDF, 2.1MB)
  • Bangladesh: Human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis B, C and D in Bangladesh’s trucking industry: prevalence and risk factors (PDF, 172KB)
Construction workers 
  • Road construction challenges – Africa Transport Technical note: Working with Road contractors on HIV/AIDS Prevention (WORD, 123KB)

Transport Corridors & Highways

  • “Developing Regional Guidelines on HIV and AIDS in the Informal Cross-Border Trade Sector in the SADC Region” Pretoria, 19-20 May 2005 (PDF, 511KB)
  • Kenya: A scoping study on community responses to HIV/AIDS along the transport corridors & areas of intense transport operations (WORD, 178KB)
  • Tanzania: Mitigating the Impact of HIV/AIDS in Transport Sector Activities – A synthesis of Literature (WORD, 214KB)
  • Uganda: Review literature guide for HIV/AIDS and transport (WORD, 195KB)
  • Zimbabwe: A scoping study on community response to HIV/AIDS along transit corridors and other areas of intense transport operations (WORD, 131KB)

Seafarers and maritime industry

  • Thailand: Profiling seafarer and maritime vulnerability to HIV/AIDS in port of Ranong
    (PDF, 1.9MB)
 Infection incidence on mobile, migrant and local population
  • China: "Assessing Population Mobility and HIV Vulnerability in Guangxi" (PDF, 1.1MB)
  • China: "Population Movement and HIV/AIDS the case of Ruili, Yunnan (PDF, 694KB)
  • South East Asia: “Population Mobility and HIV Vulnerability in South East Asia: An Assessment and Analysis” (PDF, 176KB)
  • Southern Africa: Mobility and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa – A field study in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique (PDF, 562KB)
  • Central America and Mexico: Mobile populations and HIV/AIDS ‑ research for
    action (
    PDF, 98KB)
  • West Africa: Mobility and the spread of human immunodeficiency virus into rural
    areas (
    PDF, 139KB)
  • Southern Africa: Mobile Populations and HIV/AIDS in the Southern African Region Recommendations for Action –Desk review and Bibliography on HIV/AIDS and Mobile Populations  (PDF, 610KB)
  • Kenya: A scoping study on community responses to HIV/AIDS along the transport corridors & areas of intense transport operations (WORD, 178KB)
  • Tanzania: Mitigating the Impact of HIV/AIDS in Transport Sector Activities – A synthesis of Literature (WORD, 214KB)
  • Uganda: Review literature guide for HIV/AIDS and transport (WORD, 195KB)
  • Zimbabwe: A scoping study on community response to HIV/AIDS along transit corridors and other areas of intense transport operations (WORD, 131KB)



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