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.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is an annual nationwide observance that sheds light on the impact that HIV/AIDS has on women and girls. Every year on March 10, federal, national, and community organizations come together to increase awareness, offer support and share information about the importance of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.
Please Call Me By My True Names is a series of black and white photographs and audio portraits of women living with HIV.
Founded in 2008 by 28 diverse HIV-positive women, Positive Women's Network - USA is a national membership body of women living with HIV and our allies that exists to strengthen the leadership of all women living with HIV in the United States.
Prevention Access Campaign’s U=U is a growing global community of people living with HIV, allies, researchers, and organizations committed to science-based messaging about people living with HIV and HIV prevention. Specifically, U=U worked with researchers to clarify and now amplifies the proven and groundbreaking message that a person living with HIV who is on ART and has a sustained undetectable viral load cannot sexually transmit HIV (Undectectable = Untransmittable U=U).
Project Inform believes it is possible to create the first generation free of HIV and hepatitis C within the next decade.
SisterLove, Inc., founded in 1989, is the oldest nonprofit in Georgia dedicated specifically to the education, prevention, support and advocacy needs of women affected/infected with HIV/AIDS.
SMART, founded in 1998 in East Harlem, New York, provides a treatment, health and prevention model that addresses the physical, psychological, nutritional and social needs of women living with or affected by HIV in a supportive environment.
The Women’s Collective (TWC) is a leading community health and human service agency that provides direct services and advocates for the health and human rights of girls and women.
TheBody.com is a comprehensive Web-based HIV/AIDS information, news and support resource serving more than 1 million visitors per month from around the globe.
Translators without Borders is an international non-profit organization aiming to provide people access to vital information in their languages through translation, language services, training of translators, best use of technology, and building of translation capacity in underserved languages.
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