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Table 1 Number and intensity of services provided by the sex worker programmes in fiscal year 2002–2003.

From: HIV prevention programmes for female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, India: outputs, cost and efficiency

Programme number* Number of sex workers provided services Total number of contacts with sex workers Number of contacts with each sex worker Total full time equivalents of staff Number of contacts with sex workers per staff full time equivalent Total number of contacts with all types of external stakeholders† Total full time equivalents of staff other than peer educators Number of contacts with external stakeholders per staff full time equivalent other than peer educators‡
8 6379 57077 8.9 26.00 2196 1002 8.50 118
10 4690 12477 2.7 18.75 665 1989 10.00 199
5 3847 9953 2.6 20.04 497 2880 9.79 294
9 2552 26976 10.6 15.66 1722 14869 10.16 1463
7 2336 18920 8.1 26.91 703 2015 11.66 173
11 2156 18358 8.5 14.35 1279 1111 6.85 162
1 2102 10833 5.2 14.78 733 1320 10.03 132
12 1970 14327 7.3 19.91 719 8244 10.41 792
15 1442 13064 9.1 20.33 643 1793 8.33 215
4 1350 22766 16.9 17.00 1339 2636 8.25 320
13 1274 9043 7.1 28.83 314 3016 10.33 292
2 1229 8867 7.2 11.58 766 816 8.33 98
6 915 10568 11.5 18.33 577 3433 8.33 412
14 896 7207 8.0 26.08 276 3248 8.33 390
3 803 4931 6.1 15.25 323 770 7.75 99
Total 33941 245367 7.2 293.80 835 49142 137.05 359
  1. * Programmes arranged in decreasing order of the number of sex workers to whom they provided services in fiscal year 2002–2003.
  2. † External stakeholders include general public, police, media, policy makers, and governmental and non-governmental agencies.
  3. ‡ Peer educators excluded here as contact with external stakeholders is made by other programme staff.