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    South Africa: Art exhibitions documenting sex worker stories underway

    Two art exhibitions are currently underway in Cape Town, documenting sex worker stories. Intersexion closes at the end of August, and I Am What I Am at the...

    15th Sex Workers Academy starts in Nairobi

      Members of Nikat Charitable Association in Ethiopia, are some of the participants in the academy.   The 15 Sex Workers Academy, Africa (SWAA) has kicked off...

    ASWA is looking for a research consultant

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) seeks to recruit a research consultant to undertake an empirical study to consolidate evidence, data, and information on...

    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...

    What is the Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA)?

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA), is hosting 5 editions, or ‘academies’ of the Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) in 2016. The SWAA aims to...

    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...

    Human trafficking complicates life for sex workers in Nigeria

    Sex workers are some of the easy targets of human traffickers in Nigeria. Poverty and collapse of law and order in Libya has made...

    Meet Kenya’s tireless advocate for access to quality health care for sex workers in...

    Brandon Kimani has been an ambassador for PrEP and ensures those from the key population access quality services at a clinic run by LVCT...

    Call for more funding to sex worker-led organisations

    Donors should increase funding to sex worker-led organisations to improve support for their work. This call comes amid reports that the global amount of grant...

    Why Nigeria sex workers prefer subtle but aggressive strategy on decriminalisation

    Boxed into a corner by unfair laws, sex workers in Nigeria have invested long hours of subtle diplomacy where they talk to aggressors such...

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    Cameroon: Alarm over high mental health problems among FWS and MSM

    Researchers have raised a red flag over the state of mental health among Female Sex Workers (FWS) and Men who have sex with Men...

    Ethiopia: Sex worker group finds ways to survive tough funding rules

    The law says organisations must get 90 percent of their funding from domestic sources restricting external support. Ethiopia is considered as one of the...

    Human trafficking complicates life for sex workers in Nigeria

    Sex workers are some of the easy targets of human traffickers in Nigeria. Poverty and collapse of law and order in Libya has made...
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