ASWA is leading the development of a Sex Workers Resilience Fund, supported by UNAIDS. ASWA has started to work on a Sex Workers’ Resilience Fund based on evidence from Covid-19 impact survey and from Aidsfonds Fast Track or Off-Track report. There are ongoing conversations between ASWA and UNAIDS about increasing funding to HIV responses led by the community. However, this hasn’t materialised yet because of the challenging environment brought by COVID-19.
- International Sex Workers’ Day
- UPCOMING EVENTS
- ASWA joins LGBTQ+ Sex workers in Africa to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB) 2022 ‘We call for an end to Phobias’
- ASWA marks 2022 Labour Day by appreciating the honorable sex workers’ labour which builds the economy and calling for an end to laws against sex work and recognition of sex work as labour
- Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) Profile: Meet Faculty Member Felix Otieno “The impact of the academy is a visible increase in community empowerment ”