OUR CONTACT AND ADDRESS
Equality For All is here for you , reach out and find out how we can help you
If you have any questions, please contact us by telephone or email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.We look forward to hearing from you.
Tel: 027 275 4306/ +255-0757-391717/0784-391717
For any further enquiries fill the our contact form below:
There is currently no any opportunity at Equality For All.
- Do you want to get rid from the life of prostitution?
- Do you need capital to start your own business and move from the life of prostitution?
- Do you just need someone confidential to talk to- someone who understands?
If you are a reporter or other member of the media and would like comment or background from EFA or would like to interview a member of staff or a survivor of sex trafficking, contact:
- Lilian Msaki at +255-0757391717 or 0784-391717.
- The best time to contact EFA is between 8:30am and 4:30pm East African time; Monday-Friday.
- Emails are sporadically checked after hours, on weekends and on holidays.
Please note that survivors of prostitution/sex trafficking who are interviewed by members of the media will be accompanied at all times by an EFA staff member. In additional, extra measures may need to be taken to preserve the confidentiality and safety of the survivor, such as using a pseudonym or altering a survivor’s voice.
For reporters and other media professionals understanding and using correct sex trafficking terms and Vocabulary
It is critical that, as a member of the media, use correct terms and vocabulary when talking about sex trafficking and exploitation. Using the wrong words when discussing this important issue can have unintended consequence: revictimizing survivors and misleading the public or the true nature of sex trafficking and exploitation.
|Prostitute||Victim/survivor of sex trafficking|
|Call girl, escort||Victim/Survivor of Prostitution|
|Hooker, streetwalker, whore||Women/ girl used in sex trafficking/prostitution|
|Sex workers||Prostituted/trafficked woman/girl|
Note:The correct terminology used above indicates that the vast majority of women/ girls involved in sex trafficking/ prostitution are not there by their own free choice and are victims of traffickers and the men who purchase them.