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UN Trust Fund launches annual global call for proposals

The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women is accepting applications for its 21st grant cycle (2017). Civil society organisations are invited...

Registration for ICASA Key Populations pre conference extended

The African Key Populations Network is pleased to announce a call for registration for participation in its Key Populations Pre-Conference at the International AIDS...

Call for nominations for Fast Forward Award

Aidsfonds has announced a call for nominations for the Fast Forward Award. The winner will be presented on stage at ICASA 2017. They will...

Here is a chance for sex workers to showcase their creativity, talent

Hivos is seeking concept notes from artistic collectives, creative hubs and groups of content creators working on creative and cultural content production in East...

Donors urged to prioritise safety and security programmes for KP-led organisations

Donors supporting programmes and projects by sex worker-led organisations and other Key Populations in Africa should urgently include safety and security in their thematic...

The Commonwealth Foundation call for proposals

  Sex worker led-organisations can now apply for grants from the Commonwealth Foundation, an international organisation established by Heads of Government. The main objective of the...

17 years as a sex worker activist and still counting

(In this interview, the sex worker leader talks about their life, work and activism.)  Imaobong Abraham Udoh is perhaps one of the most seasoned sex...

ASWA’s first Champions Programme for sex workers kicks off

A selected group of leaders of sex worker-led organisations are receiving training to familiarise them with regional and international human rights mechanisms to enhance...

Sex Workers Academy holds 15th graduation

Eighteen activists from different countries graduated from the Sex Workers Academy Africa (SWAA) at a ceremony held in Nairobi on October 11, 2017. This was...

Are you an African sex worker coming to ICASA 2017? ASWA wants to hear...

Are you an African sex worker coming to ICASA 2017? ASWA wants to hear from you!  ASWA is keen to ensure meaningful participation, and visibility...

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UN Trust Fund launches annual global call for proposals

The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women is accepting applications for its 21st grant cycle (2017). Civil society organisations are invited...