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“If our male clients would embrace condom use, Female Sex Work (FSW) would not just be the oldest trade in the world, but it would also be probably the safest of its nature” These are the words of 40 year old *Lilian, a Female Sex Worker based in Sindo, Homa Bay County.Read More
When Christine Atieno was called up to join a national secondary school in 2015 after passing her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), she was excited and looked forward to furthering her education. But, as she was about to find out, that would not be so.Read More
“Puk ayier” is a Luo phrase which loosely translates to “scatter around so I can pick the best”. Innocent, as it may sound to the ears of a stranger, the phrase has very serious lewd, sexual connotation that would leave the best literature students in awe when they get to understand what it means. Yet, for the fisher folk along Lake Victoria, it is a way of life.Read More