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Prostitution in Uganda is illegal  according to Uganda's Penal Code,  but is widespread despite this. A sex worker can earn around 1. Sex trafficking ,  HIV ,  and Child prostitution  are problems in the country. Prostitutes operate in Kampala city centre. Violence erupted in Kampala in between Ugandan and Kenyan prostitutes. The Kenyan prostitutes were charging a low price, and the Ugandans were angry that the Kenyans were taking all their trade. Local leaders intervened to stop the fighting, and the Kenyans agreed to charge the same price as the Ugandans.
Two Kenyans were injured. In an attempt to stop the influx of Kenyan prostitutes, the authorities planned to charge a registration fee. With 6, construction workers building the new Hydroelectric Power Station fuelling demand, there are many prostitutes in the Karuma area.
Lyantonde is a truck-stop town and the main stop-over on the main highway from Kampala to Kigali , the capital city of Rwanda. There are many prostitutes in the town to service the truck drivers needs. The area has the highest rate of HIV in the country, nearly twice the national average. Uganda is in the top 10 of countries with the highest HIV prevalence rates. In they had a Uganda is a source, transit, and destination country for women, and children subjected to sex trafficking.
Ugandan girls and boys are exploited in prostitution. Recruiters target girls and women aged 13—24 years for domestic sex trafficking, especially near sports tournaments and road construction projects. An international organisation reported that most internal trafficking victims are Ugandans. South Sudanese children in refugee settlements in northern Uganda are vulnerable to trafficking. Young women remained the most vulnerable to transnational trafficking, usually seeking employment as domestic workers in the Middle East; at times Ugandan women were fraudulently recruited for employment and then exploited in forced prostitution.
Traffickers, who appear to be increasingly organized, are frequently relatives or friends of victims, or may pose as wealthy women or labor recruiters promising vulnerable Ugandans well-paid jobs abroad or in Uganda's metropolitan areas.