Christine's story: how I help fellow sex workers keep healthy

02 March 2016
Christine

By Adella Mbabazi

Christine Namutebi, 21, lost her parents at the age of five, and was not able to stay in school. At the age of 18, she moved to Kampala, Uganda and started selling sex.

She is now a peer educator and supports other young women like her, who work on the street. Watch Christine’s story and find out how she learned to negotiate for safer sex through the support of the Uganda Link Up project. Watch the video below.

Find out more about Link Up – a sexual and reproductive health and rights project – which is helping thousands of young people in Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Adella Mbabazi is a Journalist based in Uganda, and a member of Key Correspondents, a citizen journalism network reporting for action on HIV. The network is supported by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.

Photo credit:
©AVERT by Adella Mbabazi. Photos are used for illustrative purposes. They do not imply any health status or behaviour on the part of the people in the photo.

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