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Following almost three decades of civil war, and the loss of thousands of the region’s men, this tradition and structure have crumbled, requiring women to fend for themselves when, before, they were discouraged from leaving their homes except for agricultural pursuits or education.“The structures have changed and the trends are changing, causing the emergence of fresh social concerns,” Vairamuttu added.In a country where commercial sex is illegal, the chances of finding the numbers would be difficult without substantial studies. Traditionally, Hindus consider widows to be inauspicious and unfit for remarriage, leaving Tamil women to care for their families alone in a region marked by widespread unemployment.But it deserves attention and action,” the country’s deputy minister of social services, Chandrasiri Sooriyarachchi, told IRIN. Separatist rebels with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) waged war for 26 years to carve out a separate ethnic state in the island’s north, where the Tamil ethnic minority - 12 percent of the country’s population - forms the majority.The north’s patriarchal and highly conservative social structure, linked to Hinduism, which is the predominant religion practised in the north among Tamils, has made it difficult for researchers to study sex work there, but health workers and activists working with women say the loss of so many of the region’s traditional breadwinners (men), intense disruption to women’s livelihoods wrought by the conflict, and the slow return to normalcy are key reasons behind their turning to sex work. An estimated 60,000 lives were lost in the war, which came to an end in May 2009 with the crushing of LTTE by government forces.*not a real name dh/pt/cb Sri Lanka has yet to address the psychological trauma suffered by family members of thousands of missing persons, even decades after their disappearances, by not acknowledging the extent and circumstances of these disappearances, say activists and researchers.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.The increased number of Sri Lankan-born Tamils from the diaspora visiting their place of origin since fighting ended four years ago has also increased demand for commercial sex, Shanthini Vairamuttu, a community worker from the district of Jaffna, told IRIN.

The government estimates there were over 59,000 women-headed households in the island’s north in 2012.But they say they have little choice," said a health worker from the north’s Mannar District who preferred anonymity."We provide the women with condoms and give advice on contraception as protection." “We may not know the level of the problem. I have to provide for my mother, two sisters and my only son,” said 29-year-old Vasugi Ramalingam*, a Kilinochchi resident, widowed since the age of 20.Fending for themselves Sexuality is largely considered taboo in the north, where caste and class are still decisive factors in women’s subservience.After fathers, women are cared for by their husbands and, thereafter, by sons.

The government estimates there were over 59,000 women-headed households in the island’s north in 2012.But they say they have little choice," said a health worker from the north’s Mannar District who preferred anonymity."We provide the women with condoms and give advice on contraception as protection." “We may not know the level of the problem. I have to provide for my mother, two sisters and my only son,” said 29-year-old Vasugi Ramalingam*, a Kilinochchi resident, widowed since the age of 20.Fending for themselves Sexuality is largely considered taboo in the north, where caste and class are still decisive factors in women’s subservience.After fathers, women are cared for by their husbands and, thereafter, by sons.According to local sources, extra-marital affairs, and PDA, is acceptable in Colombo, but not the rest of the country.