Estimating Young Women Working in Kathmandu’s Adult Entertainment Sector: A Hybrid Application of Respondent Driven Sampling and Venue Site Sampling

18 March 2022
Research Innovation

A new study by Kyle Vince, Meredith Dank, Orla Jackson, Sheldon X. Zhang, and Weidi Lu funded by The Freedom Fund, that was published in the Journal of Human Trafficking, estimates prevalence of young women working in the adult entertainment sector in Kathmandu to develop both a methodology for prevalence studies of hidden populations as well as baseline numbers for interventions in this sector.

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