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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...

ASWA welcome participants from Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Kenya to the Sex Worker Academy...

ASWA welcome participants from Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Kenya to the Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) which started on July, 3, and end on...

Meet Kenya’s tireless advocate for access to quality health care for sex workers in...

Brandon Kimani has been an ambassador for PrEP and ensures those from the key population access quality services at a clinic run by LVCT...

Sex work,money and the law: In South Africa the rands in your pocket could...

Where did you get your last R100 note? Where did you spend it? Do you know the journey of where your money came from,...

South Africa launches first ever book for clients of sex workers

In yet another milestone in advocacy, South Africa is set to launch the first health and safety handbook designed specifically for clients of sex...

Lala Maty on why she speaks for sex workers in Senegal

Lala Maty is an activist from Senegal. In this interview, she talks about her life, work and activism.   How did you become a defender of the...

Call for more funding to sex worker-led organisations

Donors should increase funding to sex worker-led organisations to improve support for their work. This call comes amid reports that the global amount of grant...

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...

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,...

Yves Kgube: A pioneer of sex workers movement in Togo

 A human rights activist from Togo, Yves Kgube is the founder of AmaZones Women's Association, the first sex workers organisation in the West African...

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UHAI-EASHRI calls for more support to sex workers in DR Congo

More resources are needed to support and build a strong sex workers movement in DR Congo, a recent report has recommended. According to UHAI-EASHRI, an...

Shaun Zukwelihle Bibi on why he became a sex worker and rights activist

(In this interview, the sex worker leader talks about his life, work and activism). He was abused and taken to healers to cure him of...

ASWA hosts HIVOS for talks on KP Reach Programme

The HIVOS Regional team that includes Blessing Madziyanike, Chivuli Ukwimi, Regis Tafadzwa with ASWA staff. On September 13, the African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) hosted...