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Kibera, an informal settlement on the edges of Nairobi, is home to thousands of bars – often little more than a tin shed – which cater to the slum’s almost one million residents.
It is in these bars that many of Kibera’s prostitutes wait, hoping to meet a client with money to spare.
Often touted as the world’s oldest profession, prostitution has been around in one form or another for almost as long as man himself.
Lack of condom use, (both amongst sex workers and the general public), fuelled the spread of HIV and other STIs.
For the most part Kibera empties out each day, as its residents leave in search of work, leaving only the unemployed and children behind.
As a result there is little for prostitutes to do in the way of work, but wait for those with money to return in the evenings.
Reports allege gay and bisexual Kenyan men are deceptively recruited from universities with promises of overseas jobs, but are forced into prostitution in Qatar and UAE.
Kenyan women are subjected to forced prostitution in Thailand by Ugandan and Nigerian traffickers.