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Are you LGBTI? We want to hear from you! Help us inform other users of the site with your views on this country. Below is a random question about this country. If it is relevant to you please answer it.

Are you religious? If so do you have a religious community in WORLD? How have they reacted to your sexual orientation or gender orientation?
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Espoir Sex work in Cameroon (user currently living in CAMEROON) posted for gay lesbian transgender readers on 08/11/2012
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Association Espoir Plus, advocating for equitable access to health care services has gradually been making its way as the first english based MSM as well as Sex work organization.

Cameeroon, is one of those african countries where same sex practices are criminalized thanks to its current Article 347 Bis, which criminalises same sex practices! Association Espoir Plus, together with other organizations active in the fight against discrimination and marginalization of these community groups have started building a strong alliance with other brother organizations that will enable us join our forces and carryout effective advocacy regarding this unfair situation here in cameroon.

A.E.P, is based in the southwest region of Cameroon, with its head office in limbe, effectively reaches these socially disadvantaged community members especially in the cities of Limbe, Buea and Kumba. Mass sensitization activities are currently going on every weekends especially the saturdays and sundays so as to educate these socially disadvantaged community members on sexual health and prevention of STI. They are also enriched with knowledge on brother organizations in bigger cities like douala where they can go to incase of medical consultations regarding their health situations since most of the cases of health issues related to same sex practices cannot be expressed in hostile or homophobic clinics.

Together with other brother organizations that have carried carried out activities long before we even started, we hope to make a change! Make every community member to be integrated in the strategic fight against HIV AIDS.



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A.E.P
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Espoir Sex work in Cameroon (user currently living in CAMEROON) posted for gay lesbian transgender readers to the WORLD country page on 08/11/2012
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Association Espoir Plus, advocating for equitable access to health care services has gradually been making its way as the first english based MSM as well as Sex work organization.

Cameeroon, is one of those african countries where same sex practices are criminalized thanks to its current Article 347 Bis, which criminalises same sex practices! Association Espoir Plus, together with other organizations active in the fight against discrimination and marginalization of these community groups have started building a strong alliance with other brother organizations that will enable us join our forces and carryout effective advocacy regarding this unfair situation here in cameroon.

A.E.P, is based in the southwest region of Cameroon, with its head office in limbe, effectively reaches these socially disadvantaged community members especially in the cities of Limbe, Buea and Kumba. Mass sensitization activities are currently going on every weekends especially the saturdays and sundays so as to educate these socially disadvantaged community members on sexual health and prevention of STI. They are also enriched with knowledge on brother organizations in bigger cities like douala where they can go to incase of medical consultations regarding their health situations since most of the cases of health issues related to same sex practices cannot be expressed in hostile or homophobic clinics.

Together with other brother organizations that have carried carried out activities long before we even started, we hope to make a change! Make every community member to be integrated in the strategic fight against HIV AIDS.



Country Director,

A.E.P
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