New look, new features – same trusted source of information!
Welcome to our newly designed website! Over the past several years, we have asked our users how we can improve their experience with The Well Project. Here you will find those suggestions made manifest. We have incorporated a fresh look and a cleaner structure so that you can find your way around more easily, and many new features to enhance social connectivity and broaden our community of support.
We encourage you to log in as a member of our online community and take full advantage of our new social features – using instant chat, viewing user profiles, posting to forum discussions, forming groups, and more! Check out our Overview/FAQs to learn more about how to become a member and how these features work.
This is where you will find our collection of over 150 articles containing easy-to-read, accurate information specifically tailored to women and girls. While it is re-organized into different categories based on user recommendations, it is the same trusted information that The Well Project has been providing for over 12 years.
This blog and its followers has become the heart of The Well Project’s community, and we hope that will not change. Instead, we look forward to new members accessing the inspirational stories of our courageous bloggers and widening our circle of community.
In this new section, we invite you to learn about the valuable work of our partner organizations. We hope that you will access their resources, learn about upcoming events, and become part of the broader community looking to change the course of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Would you like to know more about The Well Project? This is where to look if you want information about our herstory, our supporters, recent news and events, why we focus on women, what impact we have had and hope to have in the future, and the dedicated members of our team, board of directors, and community advisory board.
We encourage you to have a look around at the new features, make yourselves at home as a member, and contact us to let us know what you think.
The Well Project team