Articles and resources co-authored by Making Waves members
Dunaway, K, Brion, S, Hale, F, Alesi, J, Assan, H, Chung, C, Bell, E, Moroz, S, Namiba, A, Ouma, J, Owomugisha , I, Ross, G.V., Strachan, S, Tholanah, M, Yuvaraj, A, Welbourn, A. (2022) What will it take to achieve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV? Women’s Health. https://doi.org/10.1177/17455057221080361
Shepherd, J. (2022) ‘We can’t be perfect all the time.’ Life with HIV before antiretrovirals: A narrative analysis of early published stories by women with HIV in the United Kingdom. Women’s Health, Volume 18. https://doi.org/10.1177/17455057221078726
Kasadha, B, Tariq, S, Nyatsanza, F, Freeman-Romilly, N, Namiba, A, & Rai, T. (2022). Stakeholder engagement is essential to maximise the impact of research on infant feeding in the context of HIV. Therapeutic Advances in Infectious Disease, 8, 20499361211057970.
Hickey G, Porter K, Tembo D, Rennard U, Tholanah M, Beresford P, Chandler D, Chimbari M, Coldham T, Dikomitis L, Dziro B. (2022) What does “good” community and public engagement look like? Developing relationships with community members in global health research. Frontiers in Public Health.:2446.
Namiba A, Kwardem L, Dhairyawan R, Hale F, McGregor Read J, Anderson J, Welbourn A. (2022) From presumptive exclusion towards fair inclusion: perspectives on the involvement of women living with HIV in clinical trials, including stakeholders’ views. Therapeutic Advances in Infectious Disease. https://doi.org/10.1177/20499361221075454
Bell, E (2021) Preventing and Responding to Gender-based Violence in Faith-based Communities: An Annotated Bibliography of Recommended Resources. GBV AoR Helpdesk. Gender Based Violence in Emergencies.
Ellen Kajura Bajenja, Emma Bell, Fiona Hale, Longret Kwardem, Rebecca Mbewe, Rahayu Rahmat, Martha Tholanah, MariJo Vázquez, Lucy Wanjiku Njenga, Alice Welbourn (2020) Why is gender mainstreaming so vital right now? Apolitical, the global learning platform for government. August 10, 2020.
Resources developed under the project Tracking the impact of COVID-19 on women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights in Eastern and Southern Africa:
Salamander Trust, ITPC, Making Waves (2020) Confined by Covid: Women, girls, HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights. The challenges, responses and calls for action.
Our Voices: Impact of COVID-19 on women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights in Eastern and Southern Africa. Salamander Trust, International Treatment Preparedness Campaign (ITPC), Making Waves (October 2020)
Click here to watch the WEBINAR held on Wed 27 January 2021. Click here to view the slides presented by the researchers. Click here to view a Wakelet compilation of the tweets. And here you can access a full transcript of the webinar with UNAIDS ESARO Director Aeneas Chuma | WHO Dr Meg Doherty | Jacquelyne Alesi, Uganda | Martha Tholanah, Zimbabwe | Ade Nunu Diana Alison, South Sudan | Joyce Ouma, Kenya | Solange Baptiste and Wame Jallow, ITPC. You can also view the livestream on Facebook (@ITPCGlobal). Thanks to ITPC for hosting this and funding the whole study, and to Jane Shepherd for designing the messages and calls for action.
To view a presentation by Joyce Ouma of Making Waves, summarising the findings of the COVID-19 research in East and Southern Africa, click here. To view a pdf of Joyce’s presentation, click here. To access a transcript of her presentation, click here.
7 video shorts from Joyce Ouma in Kenya, Nunu Diana in South Sudan, Jacquelyne Alesi in Uganda, and Martha Tholanah in Zimbabwe describe what is happening to women and girls living with and affected by HIV in their communities. To access all the videos, click here.
For more about this project, see the Salamander Trust website.
AIDS 2020 poster presentation:
E-Poster, Track F | PEF1894 | Less talking about us and more hearing from us: Why so few women / trans people living with HIV as speakers, oral abstract co/authors, and abstract presenters at AIDS 2018?
Martha Tholanah speaks to this research which documents the on-going lack of meaningful involvement of women living with HIV in the AIDS conferences. This poster is co-authored by Cecilia Chung, Martha Tholanah, Emma Bell, Fiona Hale and Alice Welbourn. To access the poster, and here Martha describe our research, click here.
Salamander Trust, 4M Mentor Mothers Network, Positive Young Women Voices, Making Waves, CFAR-Uganda (2020) Women Working Virtually: A Protocol for Digital Communications.
Resources by organisations of women living with HIV
Women who use drugs
SALVAGE in Tanzania has shared with us a series of documents:
Violence against women living with HIV
Luciano, D., Negrete, M., Vázquez, M.J., Hale, F., Salas, J., Alvárez-Rudín, M.,
Arends, M., Cano, A., Iacono, M., Sánchez, M., Cabezas, M., Chete, B., Flores, G., García, F., Herreira, ML., López, L., Ramírez, B., Soto, EM. (2020). Estudio Regional sobre Violencia y Mujeres con VIH en América Latina. ICW Latina, Hivos, Development Connections y Salamander Trust. Nicaragua.
This Latin America and Caribbean regional study of violence against women living with HIV took place in 7 countries, led by women living with HIV and with the involvement of 955 women living with HIV including Indigenous, Garifuna, Afrodescendent and young women. As well as the full report, it produced the following documents in Spanish:
- Orientaciones regionales para el abordaje integral de las violencias contra mujeres con VIH en América Latina
- Polivictimización, violencias y mujeres con VIH en América Latina
- Autonomía económica de las mujeres con VIH en América Latina: interacción entre múltiples discriminaciones
The results of the study are available in summary form in English in the following documents:
- Regional Study on Violence and Women living with HIV in Latin America: Summary Findings
- UNAIDS. We’ve got the power. Women, adolescent girls and the HIV Response. March 2020 p. 36
- Polyvictimisation, violence and women living with HIV in Latin America
- Economic autonomy of women living with HIV in Latin America: the intersection of multiple discriminations