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    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 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 Profile: Patrick Fotso – Cameroon

    For the next few months, ASWA will be highlighting the work of courageous African sex workers' rights activists across the continent. ASWA is also building...

    What African sex workers want

    By Denis Nzioka There are three things sex workers desire, and hope for Rather than looking at the ethical, religious or personal stances on sex...

    What African sex workers want

    There are basically three things African sex workers desire, and hope for Rather than looking at the ethical, religious or personal stances on sex work,...

    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...

    Call for nominations to the 2018 Sex Worker Academy Africa

    This year, the African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) will host four Sex Worker Academies Africa (SWAA). The first academy is scheduled for March, 2018 with...

    March 1 is #ZeroDiscrimination Day

    Every year, on March 1, the world celebrates #ZeroDiscrimination Day. The day is marked as a time to celebrate diversity, tolerance and inclusion of our...

    NSWP Board gets new African representative

    The Global Network of Sex Work Project (NSWP) have announced the election of Gregory Brighton Kata, as one of the African representative to their...

    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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    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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