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    A coffee date inspired Zimbabwe’s Charmaine to the frontline of activism

    One morning six years ago, Charmaine Rietumetsi Dube joined her friend at their favourite café for their usual girl talk. However, her last sip,...

    Tele Mensah talks about overcoming brutality to build vibrant movement in Togo

    (In this interview, the sex worker leader talks about his life, work and activism). Cynthia as she is commonly known in activism circles, says she...

    ASWA organises members convening to renew commitment to national, regional organising

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) is holding a five-day workshop for national coordinators of its member organisations across Africa. The meeting, which brings together...

    Sex workers condemn rape of mothers in Kenya’s biggest referral hospital

    Hundreds of sex workers in Kenya joined other activists on Wednesday to protest the poor state of health services at the Kenyatta National Hospital,...

    Kenya sex workers end 2017 with key success

      The country’s movement made its voice heard for the first time at the United Nation’s Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women in...

    Guide for sex workers looking to attend International AIDS Conference 2018 in Amsterdam

    The 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS2018) will be hosted in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 23-27 July 2018. The theme of AIDS 2018 is “Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges”,...

    ASWA seeks five qualified sex workers to join its board

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) is looking for sex workers and nationals or residents of West, and Central Africa (Anglophone and Francophone) and...

    Statement on International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

    December, 17, 2017 marks the 14th annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. For fourteen years, sex workers around the world have used this...

    Pushing Namibians talk about something they would rather not

    As often is the case in countries in Africa, sex workers face gross violations of their human rights. Rachel Gawases, is forcing a country...

    Politician calls on Malawi to legalise sex work

    A Member of Parliament in Malawi, Frank Mwenifumbo, has urged the government to legalise sex work and ensure there are different support systems around it. The MP claimed a...

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

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