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    Thank you message from Daughtie Ogutu –ASWA Executive Director

    I sincerely would like to thank each and every one who contributed towards my eye treatment. Your kindness and generosity has really touched my...

    Patrick Fotso, talks about the challenges of being in a grantmaking committee

    Recently, GrantCraft, a service of Foundation Center, interviewed Patrick Fotso, President of Alcondoms in Cameroon and who is also a member of the Red...

    ASWA trains sex workers to advance advocacy to African Commission

    Sex worker-led groups in Africa will take the campaign for decriminalisation and other human right concerns to the African Commission on Human and Peoples’...

    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...

    Endangered: Albino sex workers in Zimbabwe living in fear

    (In this interview, the sex worker leader talks about the organisation, its work and the situation of sex work in their country.) They live and...

    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...

    ASWA interim caretaker team ready to start work

    The process will be led by consultants hired to guide ASWA through the transition.   An interim nine-member team has been put in place to oversee...

    How to apply for the Red Umbrella Fund

      With the grant application deadline approaching, the Red Umbrella Fund has published easy ways for organisations to consider while applying for funding. According to the...

    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...

    17th Sex Worker Academy Africa hosts Liberia, Burkina Faso participants for the first time

    The 17th Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) has kicked off in Nairobi with 16 participants from three countries taking part. SWAA, which is a pioneer...

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    ASWA gets new Executive Director

      Grace Kamau has been appointed the new Executive Director of the African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA). A renowned activist, Grace will be taking over...

    Open call to apply for Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA)

    The African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) is delighted to announce 2019’s call for its ground breaking Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA). This year, there will...

    Cameroon: Sex workers at crossroads as violence over language differences worsens

    Local and international human rights groups have raised concerns over ongoing and increasing gross violation of human rights of people living in the Anglophone...
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