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Economic Empowerment Programmes for Sex Workers: Africa Regional Report
Economic Empowerment Programmes for Sex Workers: Africa Regional Report

This regional report evaluates both successful and failed economic empowerment programmes by sex worker-led organisations and non-sex worker-led organisations. The aim of the report was to document the lessons learnt and good practice examples to help build and strengthen the capacity of sex worker organisations working to promote the human rights of sex workers and to document sex worker-led responses in Africa. The report documents 7 case studies of economic empowerment programmes in 6 African countries: Democratic Republic of Congo; Ethiopia; Kenya; Malawi; Nigeria; and Uganda. 
 
Each of the case studies includes a discussion on the factors that contributed to a programme’s success or failure.

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Media type: Document
Year of publication: 2015
Language: English
Key population: Trans*, PLHIV, PUD/IDU, Sex Workers, Cross Kap

Strengthening community capacity through the provision of peer-led technical support.