The socio-economic risk factors for high HIV transmission in Kasensero fishing community cited were multiple and cross-cutting and categorized into the following themes: Women not involved in jaboya relationships—that is, wives or relatives of fishermen—provide these forms of economic support to fishermen as well. Most vendors come from fishing households, but their stock is often an accumulation of purchases from other fishers. The Centre's headquarters are in Ottawa, Canada. The role of family structure and family support.
Sex for fish practice in Kenya is popularly referred to as Jaboya system.
Sleeping with the Fishes
Building on these different results, this paper identifies six key gaps facing policy-makers, development practitioners, and researchers. Finally, key messages for policy agendas and further research are drawn from the common reflection. Mary, age 35, was born and raised in a rural village in Nyanza. We find important commonalities in the structural factors that shape the three paradigms of transactional sex including gender inequality and processes of economic change. Y ou can even.