Please help us improve our resources!

As many of you know, when the The Well Project was founded in 2002, it was primarily a U.S.-focused resource. As time went by, however, it became clear that the need for accurate, reliable information about women and HIV knows no boundaries and we are now pleased to serve women and their care networks around the globe.  Last year, more than 70 percent of our 1.3 million website visitors and 50 percent of the 50,000 visitors to the A Girl Like Me  blog were from outside the United States. In fact, The Well Project's website and online resources are accessed by women living in every country in the world, every month.

In an effort to better serve our growing audience, we have put together a brief survey to help us better understand your needs.  As a subscriber to A Girl Like Me, your opinions are important--how can we improve what we are doing to better serve you and your community?

We ask that you please take a few minutes to complete this survey and let us know about your experiences with The Well Project and our resources, as well as about you.  Our goal is to use the information we receive to improve the resources we provide you and those we have not yet reached.

To access the survey, please click here:

We would like to thank you in advance for your feedback and input!


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