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HIV and gender equality – why are we still asking for mutual recognition?

July 20, 2021 ‘Although it’s rarely acknowledged, one of the most compelling and radical models of activist care was developed by women in Africa amid the AIDS epidemic – one of the most devastating gendered crises facing the continent in the late 20th century’ (Jessica Horn 2019 Open Democracy). We have just attended the Generation Equality Forum and … Continue reading HIV and gender equality – why are we still asking for mutual recognition?

Generation Equality: our Making Waves commitment to intersectional feminist HIV leadership

26 years on from the Beijing Conference on Women, today is the start of the virtual Generation Equality Forum, co-hosted by UN Women and the Governments of France and Mexico. Generation Equality is a multi-stakeholder initiative to catalyse global commitments to achieve gender equality, through a five-year Acceleration Plan for Gender Equality. What does the … Continue reading Generation Equality: our Making Waves commitment to intersectional feminist HIV leadership

The Jacquelyne Ssozi Foundation’s work with young mothers living with HIV

By Jacquelyne Alesi Since July 2020, The Jacquelyne Ssozi Foundation has been fundraising to support young mothers and women living with HIV in Uganda. The Foundation is currently running two small projects with women in different regions (one with young mothers with HIV in Kampala and Wakiso districts and the other in Luweero district with … Continue reading The Jacquelyne Ssozi Foundation’s work with young mothers living with HIV

#ConfinedbyCovid: women and girls, HIV and SRHR. The challenges, the responses, and calls to action

On January 27 2021, ITPC, Salamander Trust and Making Waves held a webinar to talk about the findings of community-led research on the impact of Covid-19 on women and girls living with and affected by HIV, including the impact on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Four of the researchers, Joyce Ouma (Kenya), Jacquelyne Alesi … Continue reading #ConfinedbyCovid: women and girls, HIV and SRHR. The challenges, the responses, and calls to action

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