August 2011 stories (26)

ACP - With my life

I realize that ACP has been important for my life. ACP show me that wherever who are, where you are what you have but the most important is that: People have strengths, have something to share and learn from each other. No matter the social statement, but that the community know something and that we have to take advantage. This is what ACP teach me day-by-day.

Added by Inacio T. Paruque on August 11, 2011 at 4:11pm — 2 Comments

Empowering women to protect themselves: Successes in female condom programming, Aug 8, 2011, UNAIDS

Ensuring that high quality condoms are widely available, either free or at an affordable price, is fundamental to a pragmatic and effective AIDS response. In a recently published report, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) focuses on the increasing use of female condoms and highlights how millions of women around the world are now using this method to protect themselves against HIV.

 

HIV prevention that women can control

Titled HIV prevention gains momentum:…

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Added by Tapati Dutta on August 10, 2011 at 10:27am — 2 Comments

What have we done and What have we not done about HIV and Aids

In my point of view, we need to move from having project- specific assistance to Developmental and Institutional Projects because this is what makes the changes sustainable.

If a person is diagnosed with HIV, his or her capacity must be built. He or she needs support to develop confidence in him/herself and take charge of his/her own fate as well as the task of convincing other positive people to come out.and this is lacking in our communities.

 

We must also not forget…

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Added by Amy Ndinda Mutunga on August 7, 2011 at 6:57pm — 2 Comments

Behind the Barricades, There Is Happiness

Richard Moore describes himself as “just a guy who wanted to help.”

This is somehow funny coming from a man whom the Dalai Lama refers to as “my hero.”

Well known to the residents of Derry, Ireland, where we met last month, Richard Moore was shot at the age of 10 by a British solider on his way home from school. Taking a rubber bullet on the bridge of his nose, Richard lost…

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Added by Jennifer Lentfer on August 5, 2011 at 7:57pm — No Comments

Call for Proposals: World AIDS Day/Journee Mondiale de Lutte Contre le Sida

WORLD AIDS DAY

source:AWDF

 

APPLICATION GUIDELINES

This is a call for applications for grantees to organise activities on World AIDS Day, which is marked on the 1st of December. In order for AWDF to consider your request for support in organising World AIDS Day activities, please follow…

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Added by zoneziwoh on August 3, 2011 at 11:05pm — No Comments

"Until the Day I Die": Gerta Louisama on Haitian Women Winning Their Rights

By Beverly Bell

August 2, 2011



Gerta Louisama is a member of the Executive Committee and the National Women’s Committee of Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen, Heads Together Small Producers of Haiti, Haiti’s largest and oldest peasant group. She is also head of the local Tèt Kole Women’s Committee in her village of Savanette. Here she speaks about the Tèt Kole’s efforts to win recognition, social equality, and economic rights for rural Haitians, especially women.…

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Added by Beverly Bell and Other Worlds on August 2, 2011 at 10:34pm — No Comments

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