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About SHE Programme

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The aim of the SHE programme is to build Strong, HIV positive, Empowered women through peer support sessions facilitated by women living with HIV.

Held in peer support groups, our vision is to provide opportunities for women and girls to share experiences and ideas about living with HIV, offer helpful HIV information, and to provide empowerment to women.

Why is the SHE programme essential?

Globally, HIV statistics show that about 50% of the 33 million people currently living with HIV are women,[i]  some of whom were born with HIV. Unfortunately, many people do not realise how much HIV affects women. The SHE programme aims to address the issues that we face as women and girls with HIV, and act as a resource for HIV information and guidance.

[i] UNAIDS: Global Report on the AIDS Epidemic 2010. Available at: http://www.unaids.org/globalreport/Global_report.htm. Accessed May 2011.

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