Since her inception, AWAC has reached over 32,000 FSWs with services. AWAC prides in herself & continues impacting the female sex worker community through challenging stigma, discrimination and multiple facets of criminalization of all forms; strengthening the capacity of FSWs in feminist leadership & grassroot movement building; acceleration of sustainable development goals (SDGs) including mitigating climate change; providing integrated quality HIV/SRHR/GBV/Mental Health & Psychosocial wellbeing services; conducting research/documentation; addressing socio-economic deprivation & shrinking civic space in 57 districts of Uganda.
AWAC’s core target are Female Sex Workers (FSWs) with multiple and intersecting vulnerabilities especially: FSWs with disabilities; FSWs in & out of the Settlements; Migrant FSWs; FSWs using and injecting drugs; Aging FSWs; FSWs living with HIV& AIDs; FSWs in hard-to-reach settings –such as (Islands, landing sites, plantation and quarries areas); Young Women engaging in sex work; children of sex workers and Adolescents surviving in sex work settings in Uganda.