Register now for The Well Project's webinar on March 10th for NWGHAAD!

Please join us on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 10:00 am ET for the webinar, "The Well Project: An Online Global Community of Support and Information for Women Living with HIV" on National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day!

Pre-register now!

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You spoke, we listened! Over the past several years, we have asked our users how we can improve The Well Project. On our new website, you will find many of the suggestions you have made, come to life. In addition to accessing accurate and easy-to-understand information about women and HIV, find out how you or your organization can utilize the tools of the new website and join our global hub for women and HIV. What's new?

  • A fresh look, more graphics, and a cleaner structure to help you better navigate and easily access more than 150 fact sheets related to women and HIV
  • Several new features that enhance social connectivity and broaden our online support community including forums and instant chat
  • Tools that provide you or your organization with a web platform to disseminate news, events, and information about your work to a larger audience-especially useful for smaller organizations with little or no web presence!
  • Create or join groups (public or private) focused on specific topics, languages, or geographic locations (similar to Google or Yahoo groups)

You will also have the chance to chat with some of The Well Project team, A Girl Like Me bloggers and Community Board Members.

Click here to pre-register now!

On March 10th, participants can access the webinar either online (http://www.anymeeting.com/272-508-166) or via phone (213-416-1560, access code 1044335).

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