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    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...

    ASWA finally gets registered in Kenya

    After several years of seeking legal status, finally, the African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) has been granted registration as an organisation. ASWA, the Pan African...

    ASWA Executive Director bags Leadership Excellence Award at the 19th ICASA 2017

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) Executive Director, Daughtie Ogutu is this year’s winner of the ICASA Leadership Excellence Award. The award is given...

    ASWA lights up Community Village at ICASA 2017 in Ivory Coast

    Just like is the tradition, the African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) is this year hosting the Sex Workers Networking Zone (SWNZ) at the International...

    Grant opportunity for women-led sex worker organisations in Africa

    Women-led sex workers groups in African can apply for the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) second round of grants. The grant is for eligible...

    Zimbabwe’s Supreme Court gives nod to sex workers’ march

    The Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has quashed the decision by the country’s High Court barring the Sexual Rights Centre (SRC) in Bulawayo from holding...

    Soft spoken, but a fierce advocate for the rights of sex workers in South...

    Lloyd Rugara migrated from Zimbabwe to South Africa in search of a better life for himself. However, his personal experiences and those of sex...

    New campaign hopes to change attitude on sex work, gender identity and homosexuality

    Do you have a story of a friend, family member, co-worker, community leader or teacher who has come to accept you for who you...

    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...

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    Sex workers have raised alarm over the rising cases of murder and kidnapping of women in Uganda. In over one-year, more than 30 women...

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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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