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Senegal. Dakar. Marie (third from left) eats thieboudienne at lunch with her friends. Thieboudienne is a traditional dish from Senegal, made from marinated fish cooked with tomato paste, rice, a variety of vegetables, onions and peanut oil. The name of the dish comes from Wolof, meaning rice and fish. Marie and her friends are all sex workers. They have been approched by ENDA Sante within the programme framework of the Global Fund and ANCS (Alliance Nationale contre le Sida). ENDA Sante is in charge of the component Advocacy prevention and care of vulnerable groups, such as sex workers, in a fight towards HIV Aids. The Global fund supports ANCS and ENDA Sante with a financial grant. 08.12.09  © 2009 Didier Ruef