Actions to support people who are selling or exchanging sex can be integrated in broader humanitarian responses, or they can be developed as separate, stand-alone activities, programmes and structures. In each setting there is a need to weigh the pros and cons of each approach – i.e. the advantages of a stand-alone programme that focuses on specific actions for a specific population (e.g. improved access, specialized care and provider knowledge and capacity) have to be weighed against the disadvantages, including the dangers of drawing increased attention to a stigmatized group, emergent security challenges and additional costs.

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