Tuli Wamu Nawe Campaign

This is an anti-HIV and AIDS Stigma project aimed at decreasing HIV and AIDS stigma and discrimination by among women and girls to foster their full engagement in the social and economic activities at community level.

Public Health Ambassadors Uganda (PHAU) with support from African Women’s Development Fund will undertake educational activities that will help decrease HIV&AIDS stigma and discrimination among women and girls infected or affected by HIV&AIDS; help and mentor 25 women and girls to set up sustainable income generation activities; train peer educators and volunteers to sustain HIV education activities in the project area, and to forge partnership with key stakeholders for a sustained effort at reducing HIV stigma and discrimination.

This one year project will benefit 5 selected communities within Wakiso and Kampala district namely; Kyebando Kisalonsalo, Katwe, Kireka, Kasubi, and Nansana Town Council respectively. It is expected that 25 women and girls with HIV&AIDS will directly benefit from Income Generating Activities, 10,000 community members will benefit from HIV&AIDS education while 70,000 community members will benefit indirectly from the project.

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