When Muslim leaders learned about it, and saw young MSM meeting there, they were opposed to it and threatened to beat up the peer educators and burn it down with petrol. Human Trafficking. When the two allegedly gay men were arrested and others attacked in Kwale in Februarydozens fled the region or stayed in their houses without venturing out for weeks, leading to a notable drop-off in participation in HIV prevention activities at a Mombasa-based health center that served them.
Further, all employees are expected to take appropriate measures to prevent sexual harassment.
Climate and Environment. Victims of arbitrary arrests, unlawful evictions, discrimination in the health care sector, and other abuses documented in this report, would also have recourse to justice. Archived from the original on 15 January Daily Nation. Among those who came out or were outed to their family members, 89 percent reported that they were disowned.
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Photo: "It will not be easy, even if we win in the courts. Likoni police boss Abagarro Guyo and district officer Moses Ouma then ordered the meeting closed. Human rights organizations report occasional cases in which LGBT people are arrested, often due to complaints from neighbors, or on the initiative of law enforcement officials seeking bribes.