We work with adult female sex workers, partners and friends.
Sex Workers are involved as staff members, advisors, peer educators and members.
Sex wokers are largely socially marginalised, suffering violence, discrimination, harassment and imprisonment without trial. We are also particular vulnerable to all crimes of violence against women.
The widespread abuse, lack of legal protction, poor working conditions and discrimination with regard to economic opportunities have compromised the ability of sex workers to access health services, including those for sexually-transmitted infections like HIV/AIDS.
Capacity building and economic empowerment programme which involves training sex workers in personal development, savings, life and entrepreneurship skills is a new area of intervention that seeks to improve sex worker’s social and economic wellbeing.
Honouring exemplary efforts of sex worker’s human rights defenders.
Corporate social responsibility where we give back to the community through community service like visiting and donating to the orphanage, Road safety campaigns, sanitation as a way of positively reframing the image of sex workers.