Sexual abuse cases are increasing in Zimbabwe and worldwide. We need to start taking action. This is my module four assignment which I hope will inspire you to act and protect girls.
HIV and AIDS
The story of my life has many beginnings. It began the day my mother conceived me. It began the day I lost my father. It began the day my mother was thrown out by my father’s family.
Working with grassroots women especially those living with HIV and AIDS in post conflict and fishing communities in Uganda made me connect with the realities and violations they go through on a dail
‘Religion is the opium of the masses’ so the saying goes and it would seem for many Zimbabwean women, Christianity is not just a religion – it is also an escape route.
In a bland and sterile hospital room in the Southwest Region of Cameroon, two women, both HIV-positive, sit at a table talking to each other.
HIV and AIDS is a disease known and suffered the world over.There is still no known cure for this virus,which,in simple terms,is known to weaken the human body immunity,thus making the person vulnerab
IHealthy and Smart HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum for Youth
I receive a text message from a friend who is working as an intern. I haven’t received any message from her in a long time since both of us have been busy with our studies.
I had an interview once with an HIV positive lady and this is her story. She was diagnosed when she was had an attack of hepizostas.