Uganda Govt Urged to Decriminalise Sex Work
Members of parliament have been asked not to criminalise sex work as they debate and ready themselves to pass the pending Sexual Offences Bill of 2015 into law. The activists say that criminalisation of sex work discourages sex workers from accessing the necessary HIV/Aids testing and treatment as they stay in hiding for fear of being arrested - worsening the HIV scourge.
Monitor, 18 February 2019
Human and women rights activists have appealed to Members of Parliament not to criminalise prostitution as they debate and pass the pending Sexual Offences Bill of 2015 into law. Read more »
Demonstrations. Women and human rights activists display placards calling upon MPs not to criminalise prostitution as they debate and pass the pending Sexual Offences Bill into law in Kampala.
Observer, 24 November 2017
In Gulu, it is called chapati. In Karuma, it is called jigi jigi. Two terms coined to mean sex with a prostitute. Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 30 November 2010
It is midnight sharp. Most shops and bars in Kigali have closed but at Migina, the ladies of the night are standing in strategic places. Read more »