JAIDS has released a special supplement on the Global Plan, documenting its history and outlining what the future holds as efforts to end AIDS among women, children and adolescents accelerate.
You're invited to join a webinar with the World Health Organization on the newly released guidance on hormonal contraceptive eligibility for women at high risk of HIV.
#WhatWomenWant is an online campaign that uses social media to amplify the voices of young women, allowing them to share expertise and life experiences, explore solutions and build strengthened networks across gender-related issues, sectors and movem...
Meta Smith-Davis' journey has taken her from being a "torn up from the floor up, ex-con, drug addicted homeless black woman living with HIV," to working as a coordinator for the Stigma Index Project.
"I enjoyed having days where the mere fact of having HIV made me special and powerful," Jada Cardona writes about attending AIDSWatch 2017. "Those days are rare."
PWN-USA Policy Fellows is an inaugural program to build the policy leadership bench for women directly impacted by the HIV epidemic and historically underrepresented in the federal health policy advocacy arena.
"The energy of the tribe of my fellow HIV advocates at AIDSWatch 2017 echoed the heartbeat of those we have lost from the beginning of the epidemic," Kamaria Laffrey writes.
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Women Living With HIV and Birth Control Methods That Prevent Pregnancy and Protect Against HIV Hormone-Based Methods That Prevent Pregnancy But Do Not Protect Against HIV Other Methods That Prevent Pregnancy But Do Not Protec...