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Adonis, could you explain how did the Aids Acodev Cameroon association was formed?
In 2004, an estimated 3 percent of men reported having had sex with a sex worker; among men whose marriage had broken down, the percentage was 6 percent.
In real life, I would say that all sex workers face the same problems.
Their work is hidden because Cameroonian law condemns the practice of prostitution.
Initially, our organization was called Acodes Cameroon Sex Workers, but we ran into difficulties in getting official approval to register it under that name in the Douala region.
As a result, we changed the name to Aids Acodev Cameroon, which stands for Aid to Underprivileged and Vulnerable People in Cameroon. Aids Acodev Cameroon campaigns for the human rights of sex workers, particularly their right to have access to medical services, information, training and education.