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 Togo

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 1

1.Life=1 ; 2.Health=? ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=? ; 5.Defect=? ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Illegal / No data



Prostitution in Togo is illegal and punishable for up to 5 to 10 years. There are reports of brothels[1] and prostitutes working in various parts of Lomé, including Décor and Kodjoviakope(near Aflao across the Ghanaian border). The nationalities of the prostitutes include Togolese as well as NigeriansLiberiansGhanaians and Ivorian nationals. It is not uncommon for prostitutes travel between Toga and neighbouring countries to find work.[2]




Cameroon

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 3

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Cameroon

Prostitution: Illegal

Brothels: illegal

  1. Pimping: illegal



Burundi

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 2

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Burundi

Prostitution: Illegal

Brothels: illegal

Pimping: illegal



Kenya

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 3

1.Life=R ; 2.Health=R ; 3.Mental=R ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Kenya

Population: 39,002,772



Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Whether one likes it or not, prostitution is a "profession" that will not die away; it is here to stay. And with it comes the challenges which hardly allow easy solutions. The trade in Kenya, which is classified under the Penal Code, Sections 147 to 154, is illegal in Kenya and calls for stiff penalty. But even though the law is clear on commercial sex work, regardless of gender and affiliation, the general belief is that it is mostly the women who engage in it and who are arrested by police when caught."

May 19, 2007, Mildred Ngesa, "Kenya: What the Law Says About the Oldest 'Profession'," Nairobi Nation




Uganda

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 3

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Uganda

Population: 32,369,558



Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"The Penal Code Act Cap 120, for instance, holds any person involved in prostitution criminally liable for the offence even though that person is forced to do so against his or her will.

The Immigration Act also prohibits entry of a prostitute, or a person prior to entering Uganda was living on the earnings of prostitution and punishes any person who becomes employed in Uganda without entry permit. In this case many young girls and women who are trafficked into prostitution or forced to enter Uganda illegally are guilty of such offences. They are further punished by the law. They are at a risk of being imprisoned, fined, deported and re-trafficked if found guilty in the existing laws. There are also no legal provisions that entitle Victims of trafficking in humans to rehabilitation despite the grave physical assaults, sexual abuses, and psychological trauma they experience in the due process."

"Uganda: Punished Because There is No Law to Protect Them," [Kampala]Daily Monitor, May 30, 2007




Tanzania

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 3

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Illegal:

Prostitution in Tanzania is illegal but widespread.[1][2] Many women and young girls are forced into prostitution due to poverty, lack of job opportunities, culture, and the disintegration of the family unit.[3] Trafficking and prostitution are a major problem in Tanzania, sex tourism is particularly prevalent in Zanzibar and Pemba.[4][5]

An estimated 1 out of 20 residents in the capital Dar es Salaam and 1 in 3 sex workers are infected with the HIV virus.[6] Reports show that an increase in the number of cases of HIV andAIDS are growing at an alarming rate in Zanzibar. This is thought to have been added to by large numbers of tourists entering Zanzibar and fueling demand for prostitutes.[7]




Eritrea

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 2

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Illegal

Prostitution in Eritrea is illegal,[1] but, according to the 2009 Human Rights Reports it is a serious  problem, and securityforces occasionally follow women engaged in prostitution and arrest those who had spent the night with a foreigner.[1]




Ethiopia

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 2

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

 Ethiopia

Fully prostitution enabled,



Population: 85,237,338



Prostitution: Legal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Everyday about 10,000 people pass through the cross-country bus station in the Ethiopian capital to visit relatives, do business or simply search for a better life. According to a recent survey carried out in Addis Ababa, child prostitution is on the rise. The report found that partly because of poverty an increasing number of girls come to the city to become sex workers."

Damian Zane, "Ethiopian Girls Driven To Prostitution," BBC News, May 27, 2003




Somalia

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 1

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Illegal



Prostitution in Somalia is officially illegal.[1] Although forced marriages exist in areas under insurgent control,[2] there is generally very little voluntary prostitution in the country according to the African Medical Research and Education Foundation (AMREF).[3] HIV/AIDS prevalence rates are also quite low, estimated at 0.7% of adults.[4] This has been attributed to Somalia's dominantMuslim tradition and adherence to Islamic morals, which generally discourage premarital and out-marriage sexual activity.[5]




Comoros

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 2

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=? ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;




 Angola

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 1

1.Life=N ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Angola

Population 12,799,293
Prostitution: 
Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal

"Prostitution is illegal, but the prohibition was not consistently enforced. Many women engaged in prostitution due to poverty, but there were no estimates on its prevalence. The MINFAMU [Ministry of Family and the Promotion of Women] maintained a women's shelter in Luanda that was open to former prostitutes...

Child prostitution is illegal; however, local NGOs expressed concern over child prostitution in the country, especially in Luanda and Cunene provinces..."



Botswana

Level 1

Anti-discrimination laws concerning sexual orientation



 Illegal since 1885 (asBechuanaland Protectorate)
Penalty: Fine to up to 7 years imprisonment (Not enforced)[38][39]


Level: 5

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Illegal



Prostitution in Botswana is illegal, but Botswana has made proposals to make prostitution legal to prevent the spread ofAIDS.[1] But there has been mass opposition to it by the Catholic Church. Prostitution has become famous in botswana a lot of prostitutes flock the local hotel's at night.




 Malawi

Level 1



 Illegal since 1885 (asBechuanaland Protectorate)
Penalty: Fine to up to 7 years imprisonment (Not enforced)[38][39]


Level: 1

1.Life=R ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Legal / Illegal



Prostitution is illegal in Malawi.[1][2][3] Many prostitutes in Malawi are young children.



Prostitution (the exchange of sex for money) legal, but brothels are illegal; prostitution is notregulated




 Zambia

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 5

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=N ;

Zambia

Prostitution: Legal

Brothels: illegal

Pimping: illegal



Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
(Excluding Southern Provinces)

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level:

1.Life= ; 2.Health= ; 3.Mental= ; 4.Rape= ; 5.Defect= ; 6.Social= ;

7.Demand= ;




Somaliland

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level:

1.Life= ; 2.Health= ; 3.Mental= ; 4.Rape= ; 5.Defect= ; 6.Social= ;

7.Demand= ;




 Antigua and Barbuda

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 1

1.Life=N ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

 Antigua and Barbuda

Population: 85,632

Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership:Illegal

Pimping: Illegal

"Prostitution is prohibited, but it remained a problem. There were a number of brothels that catered primarily to the local population...

There are no laws that specifically address trafficking in persons, and there were occasional reports of trafficking in women to the country. There were a number of brothels, which were staffed mostly by women from various Caribbean countries who traveled to the country as 'entertainers' or 'dancers.' In some cases brothel owners reportedly retained their documents to exert influence over the victims. However, authorities usually deported the women immediately, before information on possible trafficking could be obtained.

There were two known cases during the year in which persons were trafficked to the country to work in local brothels. Authorities deported one victim and the other voluntarily returned to her home country with the support of the Bureau of Gender Affairs. In neither case were charges brought against the brothel owners."






Barbados

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 6 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=N ;

Barbados

Population: 284,589



Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Prostitution is illegal, but it remained a problem, fueled by poverty and tourism. A number of brothels with women from Guyana, the Dominican Republic, and other Caribbean islands operated in the country. The police and immigration officers periodically raided brothels and deported women found working illegally. There is no statute specifically prohibiting sexual tourism and no statistics on it, but anecdotal evidence suggested that it occurred...

The constitution and laws do not specifically prohibit trafficking in persons, although laws against slavery, forced labor, or other crimes could be applied. A law prohibiting the procurement of persons for sex, which carries a 15-year sentence, could be used to prosecute that type of trafficking cases. There were limited reports that persons were trafficked to the country, both to work as prostitutes and as domestic workers or in the construction and garment industries."

US Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, "2008 Human Rights Report: Barbados," www.state.gov, Feb. 25, 2009




Dominica
Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 1

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=N ; 3.Mental=N ; 4.Rape=N ; 5.Defect=N ; 6.Social=N ;

7.Demand=N ;

Dominica

Population: 72,660

Sexual Offences of 1998


Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Prostitution is illegal but was a problem. There were anecdotal reports of trafficking in persons for commercial sexual exploitation...

The DNCW [Dominica National Council of Women] and other activists believed that there may be some trafficking of women for prostitution, but acknowledged it was hard to prove as most of the women in the sex trade were afraid to come forward, fearing deportation. An NGO that interviewed commercial sex workers as part of an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign found that most appeared to have entered the country for economic reasons and began working in prostitution thereafter."

US Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, "2008 Human Rights Report: Dominica," www.state.gov, Feb. 25, 2009




 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Illegal Fully Disabled

Level: 6 Fully Enabled to terminate unborn children

1.Life=Y ; 2.Health=Y ; 3.Mental=Y ; 4.Rape=Y ; 5.Defect=Y ; 6.Social=Y ;

7.Demand=N ;

Saint Vincent and Grenadines

Population: 104,574



Prostitution: Illegal

Brothel Ownership: Illegal

Pimping: Illegal



"Although prostitution is illegal, a local human rights group reported that it remained a problem among young women and teenagers."

US Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, "2008 Human Rights Report: Saint Vincent and Grenadines," www.state.gov, Feb. 25, 2009


( THIS PAPER IS WRITTEN AGAINST TRADITIONAL FATAL PROSTITUTION BUT NOT AGAINST SAFE SEXUAL SERVICE WORK. );. This Paper Does not Support Non Human Sex with Human; This Paper Only Support Strait Heterosexual Sex Between Human Males and Human Females;

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