We work with more than 1,500 female sex workers who operate out of bars, homes, and streets. We have been providing HIV/AIDS prevention and care services for more than ten years. We also support the children of sex workers in terms of nutrition and life skills education. We have provided relief during Covid period through the distribution of dry ration.
Sex workers are involved as peer educators.
Mobility of sex workers creates problem for tracking and continued provision of services. Inspite of advocacy efforts with police, sex workers are harassed and booked by the police.
Cross-border HIV/AIDS prevention and care (Nepal-India-Bangladesh). Alternative livelihood through entrepreneurship development among aging sex workers. Migration and HIV/AIDS prevention. Life skills education among adolescent children of sex workers.