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The aim of the module is to introduce students to relevant issues within the realm of globalisation, terrorism and international crime: Transactional sex among adolescents in Jamaica was one of the issues highlighted last week by UNICEF in its situational analysis for safety and justice for Jamaican children. The report provides an overview of some of the major issues affecting Jamaican children in the areas of protection, health, education, social protection and the environment.
Scott-Thomas said that the issue of transactional sex is of major concern to the Ministry of Health, since the survey has shown that only 38 per cent of those engaged in transactional sex used a condom every time. She noted that boys sometimes have a false sense of security when in a relationship with older women.
Scott-Thomas has also found that multiple partnerships is especially high among the young boys, with some using the money they get from the sugar mommies to maintain relationships with girls in their age group.
She said that the findings relating to the high number of adolescent boys engaged in transactional sex are not alarming, given Jamaica's current reality as it relates to unattached youths.
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