The BBC recently spoke to Deborah Nakatudde, a member of MenEngage Uganda and the founder of SLUM, about her work educating and providing reproductive health services to sex workers in Kampala, the country’s capital.
According to data from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), over 1.4 million persons in Uganda are infected with HIV, with more than 800,000 of those being women aged 15 and up. Deborah Nakatudde has been working in Kampala to protect the lives of sex workers. Watch to learn more about her work.
This video can be viewed on the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0c4r3fj