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Matatu workers’ story: speaking out against discrimination

Worker stories

Women workers in the matatu sector in Nairobi face social stigma just for doing their jobs. All too often, that leads to them being subject to sexual assault and harassment, from the police, the public and even their colleagues. These women deserve respect at work and an end to discrimination.  

Our voices will be heard loud when we come together as one.” Lynette, matatu conductor





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