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Elsewhere, like in the Netherlands, prostitution is a legitimate, but regulated, business. Prostitution in Kenya is illegal. If they are not gay themselves, this is sometimes called 'gay-to-pay'. The oldest trade in the world will never be eradicated, it will continue to thrive as long as men are willing to pay.

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Though he says he is a reformed man, he hasn't gathered the courage to go for a HIV test.

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In Shianda, the problem is that a lot of students, especially girls, drop out of primary school.
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  6. After primary school some children are proceed to secondary schools.
  7. Stigmatization — most HIV positive children are stigmatized by the teachers and students, they are seen as unwanted species in the school compounds and they are forced to stay at home to avoid segregations form their teachers and students.

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