Malawi sex workers unite in push for better health care

From Face of Malawi Sat Nov 10 2012, 06:49:37

Malawi's estimated 20,000 sex workers have united to fight harassment and improve access to health care, launching a registered alliance on Friday. "(The) time has come for you to discuss your issues, how the police and courts treat you and how you can access sexual and reproductive health services without any hassles," human rights lawyer [...]

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