Female sex workers in the country are one of the most affected populations, with high prevalence rates of both HIV and sexually transmitted infections STIs. Twenty-seven key informants from the government, non-government organisations NGOsinternational non-government organisations INGOsprivate sector and the United Nations system agencies and 25 women currently working in the sex trade were interviewed. The number of female sex workers is estimated to be between 5, and 10, and there are approximately brothels operating in various townships around the city. Nearly one-third of the women in the study reported previous imprisonment for offences related to sex work as well as fear of harassment, sexual exploitation, violence and gang rape.
When it comes to sex, accepted terms are hard to find.
These violations, for most part perpetrated against ethnic women and girls, were used with the intent to intimidate, terrorise and punish the civilian population and as a tactic of war. The Tatmadaw was overwhelmingly the main perpetrator. The Mission felt compelled to issue this thematic report, further exposing these grave violations that the Mission considers amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity and acts of genocide. In examining the situation of sexual and gender-based violence in Myanmar, the Mission also reviewed the situation of gender inequality in Myanmar more broadly.
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