Community approaches to the HIV epidemic

February 2, 2007 at 6:11 pm Leave a comment

For information about the chance to be involved in piloting a community approach to HIV/AIDS please contact Healthlink Worldwide.

A CD-ROM has been produced as part of the four year International Memory Project (funded by Comic Relief), through which the National Community of Women living with HIV (NACWOLA) in Uganda and Healthlink Worldwide have been working with a group of partners from Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Kenya to introduce and strengthen memory work approaches to communities in sub-Saharan Africa affected by the HIV epidemic.

Healthlink Worldwide has also started to work with a partner organisation to pilot memory work in three states in India.

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Entry filed under: Diversity and equality, Human rights and dignity, Women in Africa.

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