Background

In 2009, a forum led by the Myanmar Positive Group (MPG) included six HIV-positive female sex workers. In a forum led by the Myanmar Positive Group (MPG) in 2010, 15 HIV-positive female sex workers were asked about their livelihoods and their livelihoods. They were able to discuss the challenges and issues they faced and lead the way in creating a network of regular connections. 2011 In April, with the support of Seedlings, 35 female sex workers from 10 regions across the country began networking.

Vision

To create a better social environment free of discrimination and equal rights for sex workers and free of HIV infection and HIV-related harm.

Mission

Knowledge of sex workers. Performance Advocating for the reduction of discrimination at all stages of the HIV / AIDS process; Change laws and policies. Actively participate in design and development.

  • To be a force that enhances the quality of network members.
  • Increase the interconnectedness of female sex workers’ groups throughout Myanmar and effectively co-operate on the issues of sex workers.
  • Ability to increase technology and knowledge.
  • Changes in laws and policies; Collect the necessary documents for the amendment and submit a notice.
  • Self-confidence
  • Unity
  • Awareness and responsibility

Activity Gallery

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The main roles of our work

  • Submission to the legislature through relevant government ministries to enact the 1949 Prostitution Act as a law to protect sex workers.

More than we take a place,
we are the ones who will create the space for the community

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