Mixed method cross-sectional study was done among female students in Hawassa town, South Ethiopia, from September to May A structured questionnaire and in-depth interview check list were used to collect the quantitative and qualitative data, respectively. Survey participants were selected randomly from five preparatory schools whereas ten in-depth interview participants were recruited by a snowball sampling technique from the same schools. We used OpenCode software for coding and categorizing the in-depth interviews and quotes that represent the informants opinion were used to support the quantitative findings.
Transactional Sex and HIV Risk among Adolescent School Girls in Ethiopia: Mixed Method Study
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The sensitiveness and stigma associated with sexual assault deter many victims from speaking about their experiences. This silence of victims worsens the problem, especially in patriarchal communities like Ethiopia where sex is taboo and girls are encouraged to remain behind curtains. This is the personal testimony of a year-old Amhara woman, a student at an Ethiopian public university, and it is presented in her own words. The data were collected during an in-depth interview on 19 April The interview was conducted in a private environment and her name was concealed to protect her anonymity.