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Guidelines for the Scaling-Up of the 100% Condom Use Programme: Experience from Cambodia.
The most significant approach is the 100% Condom Use Programme. Since its conception in 1989, this programme has been implemented in Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines, Viet Nam, China, Myanmar, Mongolia and Laos PDR, with variations in programme components between countries.
The 100% condom use programme is a collaborative programme between local authorities (health services, police, public security, local governor or government office) and all sex entertainment establishments (owners, managers and sex workers) that aims to reduce the sexual transmission of HIV and STIs by assuring high condom use among sex workers and clients.
Begun in Thailand in 1989, the 100% condom use programme approach is now being implemented in many Asian countries including Cambodia, Viet Nam, China, Myanmar, Philippines, Mongolia and Laos PDR.
The principle behind the 100% condom use programme is to address the issue of vulnerability of sex workers.
Nationwide implementation of the 100% Condom Use Programme in Thailand
The 100% Condom Use Programme was started in November 1989 in Ratchaburi, a province in central Thailand, and slowly expanded to nearby provinces.
Implementation of the 100% Condom Use Programme in other Asian countries (10,11)
The 100% Condom Use Programme was initiated in April 1999 in three cities: Angeles in the North, General Santos in the South and Cebu in the Central region.
The 100% Condom Use Programme was first piloted in Viet Nam in 2000 in Halong city, Quang Ninh province in the North, and Can Tho province in the South.
In 2000, the Chinese Ministry of Health requested support from WHO to pilot the 100% Condom Use Programme at two sites, Huangpi district of Wuhan city in Hubei province and Jingjiang county in Jiangsu province, where it was estimated that between 1,900 and 2,500 sex workers were operating out of bathhouses and brothel-like establishments in each site.
Programmes such as the 100% condom use programmes in the sex industry can be effective at keeping HW incidence down where it is still possible to prevent HW moving into the wider population.