WONETHA TOP REPORTS AND STORIES:
STIGMATAZATION AND DISCRIMINATION OF
SEX WORRKERS IN UGANDA -
Members of Women's Organization Network for Human Rights Advocacy (WONETHA-Uganda) complain on how they are treated in Health Centers - Read Detailed Story.
Women’s Organization Network for Human Rights Advocacy (WONETHA) is a human right based Association. Registered as COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE, No. 114161 and was established in 2008 by three passionate sex workers who have faced harassment, insults, stigma, discrimination and arrest without trial by misinformed societies. They have been stirred into responsive action concerning the plight of other sex workers in the same working environment.WONETHA seeks to improve the health, social and economic wellbeing of adult sex workers in Uganda since inception WONETHA has endeavoured to help promote Adult sex workers’ health seeking behaviour and safer sex practices through Health Education Outreaches, Psychosocial support counselling, documenting of human right violence, economic empowerment, Functional Adult Literacy, creative spaces, community service activities, VCT, sexual reproductive Health Services delivery, legal and social protection services. We value and respect the rights of sex workers who want to exit and we prepare them to start new livelihood enterprises through provision of economic empowerment skills and opportunities so as that they make informed choices at the same time lobby for the protection of those who are still in the sex work industry.