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Njeri *a mother of two Jean* aged 8 years and Kim *aged 5 woke up one day and started off with her daily chores including preparing breakfast and Jean and Kim to school some 3 kilometers away from her single room house in Githurai 44 estate in Nairobi. Due to the hard economic times, Njeri* has not been able to employ a house help. This makes her day very busy for she has to ensure that all is set before the day closes.
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BHESP`s mission is to influence policy and facilitate provision of quality health services ,HIV prevention,human rights awareness,legal services and economic empowerment for bar hostesses and sex workers.
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Serial Killer on the loose targeting sexworkers

In April 2010, after eight prostitutes were murdered in the tiny town of Thika, a serial killer was arrested in Kisii town some 200 miles away. For the family of one murdered sex worker, sadness and poverty are constant. In Kenya, where prostitution is illegal, it is the sole source of income for many women. Margaret Nduta says she vividly remembers the Sunday afternoon when her daughter left their home in Gatukuyu Village, 15.5 miles from the town of Thika, to look for a job and never returned. “She left home on Sunday after she rang her younger sister to say goodbye.
Serial Killer on <span>the loose</span> targeting <span>sex</span>workers

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