Amaka Enemo is the national coordinator of Nigeria Sex Workers Association (NSWA) and also the Executive Director of Passion and Concern for Women Welfare and Empowerment Initiative (PACOWWEI), a female sex worker community based organisation based in Abuja. Amaka is also the national chairperson of Key Affected Population secretariat. She is a 2016 AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC) advocacy fellow and is actively engaged in promoting PrEP for Key Affected Populations in Nigeria. Amaka is one of the most champions for the rights of sex workers and a strong proponent for women rights. She is the first sex worker in Nigeria to present a Shadow Report on the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). This was during the 67th CEDAW session in July 2017. She is a graduate of Political Science from Delta State University, Nigeria.
BE PART OF THE CAUSE LET’S UNITE AND WORK TOWARDS A COMMON GOAL ASWA was formed in 2009 with an initial membership drawn from 10 African countries. ASWA has members from 33 African countries. In the years since its formation, ASWA has increased in its reach, its power and its influence across Africa and around the world.Join Our Team