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Coronavirus is changing the world in unprecedented ways. Her friends said the year-old Kenyan sex worker was careful how she conducted business at her home in Majengo, an informal settlement on the outskirts of Nairobi, where she only allowed clients in for a "quickie". But on the night of May 7, a curfew imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus forced Wanjiru to allow a client to stay over. Some hours later, she was found lying in a pool of blood. She died before help could arrive.
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'Hunger or murder': Lockdown poverty exposes African sex workers to more violence
Prostitution in Kenya - Wikipedia
They have been helping with research on issues around sex work and violence. The conference brought together over sex workers from 10 African countries. KESWA advocates for sex workers rights as human rights through:. Additionally, KESWA has also established a community center, which provides HIV testing and education to sex workers, as well as creative spaces and counseling groups. We respect the views and aspirations of our members and colleagues. We demonstrate this by listening to our members and earn respect by being effective, professional and responsive to their needs.
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Sex workers in Kenya, numbers of clients and associated risks: an exploratory survey
Rushing upwards the stairs of Fameland, she makes a gap between the scores of boys who flirt among sex workers. A regular customer is waiting for her at the pub reception. For Kenyan Shillings about 1. Sometimes they don't want to pay you and you have to call the security staff ", she says leaving the two square meters room. Across the country, more than , workers operate in the sex business.
KESWA opposes stigma and discrimination by organising sensitisation workshops for hundreds of police officers, religious leaders, journalists, healthcare providers, county leaders and community leaders. KESWA monitors and documents human rights violations and advocates for decriminalisation of sex work through research and policy influencing. If sex workers have equal access to HIV-related and sexual and reproductive services, if equal and full rights for sex workers are realised and if a strong civil society exists then sex workers will be able to work under safe conditions. In addition, 90 newly elected local leaders in 6 counties will be trained on sex workers' rights, as they are involved in the County Technical Working Groups spread accross the country. Kenyan sex workers deal with a lot of violence, stigma and discrimination.