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A note taker was appointed to keep notes on the discussion. All identified participants were invited through email as well as delivered printed invitation letters at their offices.
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Forty-eight percent of respondents were continuing to practice commercial sex in spite of current pregnancy, with the main reason cited as the regular source of income Data not shown. They argue that lack of hierarchy and absence of class differences made women feel at ease in accessing informal CTC providers for their SRH-related health problems.
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