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 the profile of these activists doing commendable work but are often not highlighted. Most are ASWA members, while others are emerging activists. PATRICK FOTSO – CAMEROON Tell about yourself and how
A new exhibition is set to be launched to tell the stories of sex workers in Nairobi and Mombasa through photos – taken by themselves. Dubbed ‘Exposition: Telling Photos,’ the exhibition hopes to show the lived realities of Key Populations, with a focus on sex workers. It will be run for five days from February 17-21 at
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, it is important to first acknowledge that sex work has borne the brunt of a highly stigmatising society, and one whose sexual conservativeness has often clouded, and looked in aghast
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 launched on February 1 in Uganda. It will run until 2020. Specifically, the “Umbrella Fund,” seeks to fund sexual and reproductive health and rights for community based organisations in Uganda.