Novel three-stage sampling method for recruiting highly mobile female traders in East Africa for a larger study on HIV risk yielded a participation rate of 94%

A novel three-stage method for recruiting female traders in East Africa for a larger study on HIV risk yielded a participation rate of 94%. This high rate suggests that this geospatial sampling method could be useful for developing probability-based samples in other settings with highly mobile populations. (W. McFarland, T. Neilands, & C. Camlin, CAPS/PRC)

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