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The Trishaw Club : pedalling against HIV/AIDS in Myanmar

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Abstract: A trishaw is a slow vehicle with three wheels which Burmese people mainly use for short distance transport. It is cheaper compared to other public transport. It is also convenient in carrying goods in the narrow lanes where cars cannot manoeuver. Trishaws are a common feature and can be easily spotted parked together at termini, stations or markets ready for passengers. They are operated by peddlers who rent them for a fee from the owners. A business called The Trishaw Club was established for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Myanmar under the auspices of the Myanmar Council of Churches (MCC).
Authors: Naw Dora Tha
Country: Myanmar
Category: Practice
End Page: 13
Serial number: 1
ISSN: [1871-7551]
Journal: Exchange on HIV/AIDS, sexuality and gender
Keywords: HIV and AIDS , labour , capacity building
Language: eng
Organization: KIT - Royal Tropical Institute
Year: 2006
Region: Southeast Asia
Right: © 2006 KIT
Subject: Health and Nutrition
Start Page: 12
Title: The Trishaw Club : pedalling against HIV/AIDS in Myanmar