KESWA is an umbrella body of sex workers led groups and organisations and it exists to strengthen the voices of sex workers and to empower their health and human rights
Kenyans who engage in sex work, both men and women, will no longer be fined or jailed if a new bill proposed by the Judiciary is passed into law. The Bill, Penal Code (Amendment) Bill, 2023, presented by Chief Justice Martha Koome to Parliament, seeks to amend how the country deals with capital and criminal offences.
In Kenya, there is a pressing need for a national observatory on femicide cases. Currently; NGOs, CSOs, agencies, grassroot communities and interested individuals and institutions are responsible for recording cases of femicide nature, advocating for the arrest of perpetrators and analyzing reports on these cases.
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