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    Photo exhibition to tell stories of sex workers in Kenya

    A new exhibition is set to be launched to tell the stories of sex workers in Nairobi and Mombasa through photos - taken by...

    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,...

    New Uganda Fund to focus on SRHR, key populations

    A new Fund has been launched in Uganda that will focus on key populations. The Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) “Umbrella Fund” was...

    ASWA mourns Omary Zullu (1987-2017)

    RIP+ Omary Joseph Zullu (1987-2017). ASWA is joining the Tanzania sex workers' community in mourning the sudden death of Omary Joseph Zullu, a sex workers' rights...

    Call for ASWA Advisory Committee Members

    Call for ASWA Advisory Committee Members ASWA is the Pan-African alliance of sex worker-led groups that amplifies the voices of sex workers as well as...

    African sex workers join Women’s March

    Sex workers drawn from Kenya, and South Africa, joined the recently held Women's March that was marked globally on January 21, 2017. The Women's March was...

    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...

    Executive Director’s Greetings – 2017

    Dear Members, Partners, Friends, and Allies of the African Alliance of Sex Workers ASWA, while hoping that the year has started on the right...

    Video: Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA)

    The Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) is a ground-breaking learning programme for community empowerment, and capacity building, led by, and for sex workers. The SWAA...

    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...

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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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