was founded in Luanda by a group of young people in 2002 and provides training of trainers on HIV and Human Rights by making use of newsletters as a tool for advocacy. The newsletter covers information regarding health, HIV and human right in Angola. The organisation also works with most at risk populations such as sex workers and their clients by giving them information on their human rights. They also integrate sex workers by providing them with professional courses. SCARJoV advocates for the rights of sex workers to the Police Department, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Social Welfare. The organisation also conducts research on sex workers, HIV and the law in Angola. To contact them, please email Simao Cacumba on firstname.lastname@example.org.