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The bar owner introduces me to three women who are ailing from HIV complications.
Most women who rent my rooms are over 40 years; some have families back home but prefer to do prostitution in Juba.The agent accompanied them to Juba and ensured that all border regulations were famous female escorts complied with.These spots are characterised by numerous brothels, commonly referred to as sex camps which masquerade as lodges.She agrees to tell me her ordeal through a translator.I visited these places severally and discovered that some prostitutes, particularly Congolese, women live with their children.They are hell bent on making ends meet and finally returning to Kenya with loads of money.In Juba, sex trade is mainly fuelled by foreigners although some young South Sudanese girls have learnt the tricks.Since South Sudan gained its independence in July 2010, its capital city Juba became a fast growing metropolitan city.
I marvelled at the womens ability to endure the stench of rotten garbage that hangs around the camps.
Another section engages in transactional sex, a common trend among Kenyan girls.
Jebel has an estimated 600 to 800 prostitutes.
Anyango and her sister rents a room for 50SDG per day which means that they have to work extra hard to break even.
For days, Anyango tearfully agonised.Her wish is to work as a brothel prostitute because this will assure her of a bed, toilet and bathing water.We started as cleaners and laundry women around the brothels.We de-register them and circulate the information in our websites that these agencies are fake and no longer exist.C'est facile à réaliser même au dernier moment!She recalled almost tearfully the days she used to sell doughnuts.The growing numbers of prostitutes aged between 12 to 14 is catalyzed by the new wave of street children in Juba.The times Literary supplement, the leading international weekly for literary culture.