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Men who have sex with men (MSM) are one of the largest HIV risk groups in Viet Nam and have been understudied.Sexual concurrency and multiple sex partnerships may contribute to high HIV incidence among MSM in Viet Nam.Although Internet users are concentrated in urban areas, one study found that 30% of rural MSM have sought a sexual partner via the Internet (Nguyen , 2007) found that 30% of MSM interviewed reported often using the Internet to meet other MSM.Face-to-face interviews were not conducted in this study, as this data collection method would have potentially limited the number of MSM reached, as well as restricted the candidness of responses.Internet access is dramatically increasing in Viet Nam.
Data are from a self-administered Internet-based survey of Vietnamese MSM aged 18 years or older, having sex with male partner(s) in the last 12 months and recruited from social networking MSM-specific websites in Viet Nam.
Very few studies have been conducted on the prevalence of concurrency among MSM in Asia (Ha found that approximately half (49%) of respondents reported having concurrent sexual partnerships during the past 6 months and that the proportion of inconsistent condom use was 42% among MSM with concurrent partners and 30% among MSM without.
No quantitative study has been conducted on the prevalence of sexual concurrency among MSM in Viet Nam, nor on the factors and behaviors associated with this high-risk behavior.
According to the results of the 2012 Viet Nam HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projections (MOH, 2012), adult HIV prevalence was 0.45% in 2011.
It is estimated there will be up to 263 317 People Living with HIV (PLHIV) by 2015.