HIV Intervention among Truck Drivers in Brazil’s Southern Border

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HIV Intervention among Truck Drivers in Brazil’s Southern Border

HIV Intervention among Truck Drivers in Brazil’s Southern Border

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As it has been observed, long-distance truck drivers among various parts of the world have been observed to be prone more often to HIV infections as a result of the nature of their work. Being separated from their families and the community for long period, they end-up abandoning moral values and engage in anti-social behaviors along their journeys. More specifically, such long-distance truck drivers often engage in unhealthy commercial sexual affairs without use of protective devices like condoms; making them more vulnerable to contacting HIV. In this respect therefore, the need for participation on this particular issue has been necessitated by the currently experienced high level of victims of HIV among the long distance truck drivers along the Brazil’s Southern Border.