A community begins as a body of people who come together around a common purpose. One of The Well Project’s primary goals is to provide a community of support by connecting women and girls living with HIV across the globe – to each other and to life-saving information. To that end, we believe it is important to recognize the work of other organizations that share our mission. We invite you to learn about Our Partners and the valuable work that they do, to connect to a larger community by accessing their resources, to learn about upcoming events, and to share this information with others in an ever-increasing circle of community. For more information about our generous supporters, please click here.
Advocates for Youth is a national and international non-profit that champions programs and advocates for policies that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health. Advocates envisions a society that views sexuality as normal and healthy and treats young people as a valuable resource. Advocates’ Youth Activist Network stands 75,000 strong on 1,000 campuses and in tens of thousands of communities around the world.
The ATHENA Network (ATHENA) is a global network of individual and institutional members that has been at the forefront of ensuring the centrality of gender equality and human rights in the HIV response since 2006.
Christie’s Place is a leading nonprofit social service organization in San Diego County that provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS education, advocacy and social services to women, children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS.
HIV began one person at a time, and it will end one person at a time. Join the movement, together we are Greater Than AIDS.
After over 20 years as leaders in prenatal, pre-conception and women's HIV care, the Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center/BAPAC has evolved to HIVE.
For more than two decades, Iris House has addressed chronic health conditions, including HIV, Hepatitis C and substance abuse issues with case management, supportive programs, prevention education and testing services.
NBLCA’s mission is to educate, mobilize, and empower black leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in their local communities.
Strategically guiding NWAC is a diverse group of women in executive and senior management level positions who possess a wide berth of experience in advocacy, leadership and organizational stewardship.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is an annual nationwide observance on March 10, coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health, to raise awareness of the continuing need to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and to shed light on the impact that HIV/AIDS has on women and girls.
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Abosede (Bose) Olotu, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger, is the first woman in our "Spotlight" series. Read her story.