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
‘We are changing your regimen to the triple therapy Dolutegravir (DTG).’ That is the only information I got from my health care provider about my new treatment regimen. I protested this decision as I believed I had the right to make an informed choice regarding my health, or at least get more information. The only … Continue reading My woes with DTG, where is my right to choice?
by Lucy Wanjiku Njenga The just world I long to live in is where I am as important as the next person, not on the basis of where I was born or where I live. A just world is a safe world with free and accessible COVID-19 Vaccine. It has been a whole year of … Continue reading A People’s Vaccine is A Just World
Fiona Hale, March 25 2021 This is a story of some conversations and reflections within the Making Waves collective in 2020. I wrote it in September 2020, but it’s taken me a while to share it. And although I’m writing it, it’s all about how people relate to each other, and none of the ideas … Continue reading Fractals, mushrooms, rhizomes and scaling up
This #IWD, like every day, women, girls and gender diverse people everywhere will be #makingwaves in big and small ways, addressing #HIV #SRHR #VAWG #GBV, making the world a better place for all of us. Women and girls living with HIV who identify as sex workers, women who use drugs, trans women, queer women or … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2021