Sisonke is a national movement of sex workers, established in 2003. The movement builds solidarity among sex workers through recruitment for membership and advocating for the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa, the recognition of sex work as work, equal access to health services and human rights. Sisonke provides referrals for legal support and the movement through outreach programmes provides sex workers with condoms and IEC materials. With SWEAT, Sisonke offers a 24-hour free counselling and referral helpline, and trains sex workers on public speaking and human rights.