Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera is a motivational public speaker, life skills coach, and visionary operations executive; fluent in over seven languages including English, French, and Kinyarwanda; anti-AIDS activist, freelance writer, lobbyist, and consultant with solid experience managing all levels of projects including fundraising, advocacy, budgeting, and administration on the national, regional, and global level.

Categories Covered:Women, Conceiving and Having a Baby, HIV Treatment and Medical Care, Personal Stories from the HIV Community

Latest by Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

Marnina Ross-Miller Is a Young Leader Who Wants to Learn From Older HIV Activists

An interview with Marnina Ross-Miller about the obstacles young black women still face in taking on leadership roles in the HIV movement, as well as opportunities they have.

By Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

It's Time for the Next Generation of HIV Activists to Lead

"The best gift we could give this movement is to step aside," said prominent HIV activist Phill Wilson at the U.S. Conference on AIDS. "This younger generation is smarter, younger, wiser, more capable, and they have the foundation that we built."

By Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

Honoring My Mother, Myself, and All Women With HIV This Mother's Day

"Once a young woman terrified to have sex, I am now a biological mother to a beautiful baby boy free from HIV," Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera writes. "I found love, and I enjoy having sex, thanks to the advancement of science and antiretroviral treatme...

By Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

Shared Excitement, Relief and Joy at AIDS Watch 2017 That Undetectable = Untransmittable

Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera passionately describes how "Undetectable = Untransmittable" (U=U) energizes and encourages people living with HIV to keep taking their antiretroviral treatment as they aspire to reach or maintain an undetectable viral load...

By Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera

Breastfeeding in the Era of HIV Undetectable Equals Untransmittable

"Breastfeeding is a natural, shameless way of feeding babies, and women living with HIV like me now have the opportunity to experience that privilege," explains Tuysihime Claire Gasamagera.

By Tuyishime Claire Gasamagera