AHWA – The story of community organizers

The Aboke HIV/AIDS Women’s Association (AHWA) was founded by women in the community who were living with HIV and/or caring for the orphaned children of family and neighbours. The founding members worked around Aboke High School in the Aboke Sub-county of Kole District in Northern Uganda. They were concerned with…

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Jesca Wambura – Tanzania

Jesca Wambura uses her bike to support her kids as well as other HIV-positive women in her community! In 2010, Jesca Wambura was living with HIV and working nearby the office of TRMEGA – CAP/AIDS’s local partner outside of Arusha, Tanzania. She would often see people coming and going from…

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Jessica Wambura, Tanzania

Jesca Wambura uses her bike to support her kids as well as other HIV-positive women in her community! In 2010, Jesca Wambura was living with HIV and working nearby the office of TRMEGA – CAP/AIDS’s local partner outside of Arusha, Tanzania. She would often see people coming and going from…

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Tausi Abdala – Tanzania

Tausi Abdala is an HIV widow from Tanzania. She has six children of her own still living under her roof and is also caring for 2 of her grandchildren who have been orphaned. Tausi is a member of the Morning Star Savings and Loan Group organized by CAP/AIDS’ local partner…

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