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The 2006 survey said only 18 percent of sex workers reported always using condoms.Around 96,000 people, or 0.1 percent of the population, live with HIV in Pakistan.
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‘This is 20 percent of their overall population in Pakistan.
Lahore comes next with 75,000 sex workers,’ Saleem Azam, head of the charity.
The Arabs called it the port of Debal, from where Muhammad Bin Qasim led his conquering force into Sindh.
According to legend, the city started as a fishing settlement, where a fisher woman, Mai Kolachi, settled and started a family.
The village that grew out of this settlement was known as ‘Kolachi-jo-Goth’ (‘The Village of Kolachi’ in Sindhi).
The city was under Kalhora rulers and later under Talpur rulers of Sindh. Named after the Sindhi philanthropist Dayaram Jethmal, whose two family members contributed towards its cost, the building was constructed in the neoclassical, or ‘Italian architectural style’. The magnificent building of the Eduljee Dinshaw Charitable Dispensary, located in Saddar next to Khyber Hotel near the intersection of Preedy Street and Raja Ghazanfar Ali Road (Somerset Street), is a classical landmark of Karachi.
It was conquered by British east India Company in 1839. It is also a reminder of religious and ethnic diversity of Karachi. It is situated on Shahrah-e-Iraq (Old Clarke Street), in Saddar Karachi, and was opened in April 1881.
The town was later annexed to the British Indian Empire. It was commissioned by the famous philanthropist Eduljee Dinshaw in 1882. A church was initially built on the grounds of this cathedral in 1845, and was called St. The little old church also continued to function until it was destroyed by a storm in 1885. Holy Trinity Cathedral is situated on Fatima Jinnah Road, Karachi.
Hundreds of thousands of condoms have been distributed to sex workers in the last two years, which have saved them from being infected with the lethal virus.
Karachi has up to 100,000 female sex workers, according to data gathered by Pakistan Society, a local welfare organisation.
Prostitution may be illegal but it has prospered in Pakistan, where an economic downturn and widening poverty have forced women and men onto the streets to meet the rising cost of living.