Sri lanka sex
Population data on age and sex distribution was obtained from World Bank Database. Time series analysis was carried out to identify trends of suicide over time.Results In 2011 the male suicide rate in was 34.8/100,0000 and female rate was 9.24/100,000. In the 10-19 year age group the female suicide rate was higher. Age and sex specific suicide rates in Sri Lanka from 1995-2011. It has made a sizeable percentage of women to reluctantly turn to sex work," a local researcher working on public health, told IRIN.The government estimates there were over 59,000 women-headed households in the island’s north in 2012.Although the government, elected in January 2015, did not deliver all reformist promises made during the election campaign, media and civil society groups in the country largely enjoyed continued freedom from surveillance, harassment, and attacks.A long-promised Right to Information bill was enacted in June 2016.
Transgender people and others who don’t conform to social expectations about gender face discrimination and abuse in Sri Lanka, including arbitrary detention, mistreatment, and discrimination accessing employment, housing, and health care.
The “strong” military presence in the north, along with men from the south taking jobs in the north’s building boom, were “somewhat regular reasons for an increase in commercial sex”, she said.