The Well Project is honored to be spotlighted by longtime partner Positive Women's Women's Network - USA. Read Ieshia Scott's interview with executive director, Krista Martel. 

Ciarra Covin featured in "award-winning podcast about the power of being seen" hosted by Anika Noni Rose and presented by ViiV Healthcare.

This year's POZ 100 "spotlights the work of Black advocates... making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS", including The Well Project Editorial Director Olivia Ford and CAB members and A Girl Like Me bloggers, Gina Brown, RSW; Bridgette Picou, and Masonia Traylor.

The Well Project is excited to launch our 2020 Annual Report and provide you with a chance to learn about our efforts and accomplishments last year.

Read about sessions of interest from the International Workshop on HIV & Women 2021, including a presentation by The Well Project's own Krista Martel!

Read summaries of studies from the world’s leading HIV research meeting, written by members of our staff and CAB and covering topics of concern to our communities.

In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) on March 10, we invite you to join us in a livestream conversation led by women who grew up living with HIV.

The Well Project, a non-profit organization working to change the course of the HIV pandemic though a unique and comprehensive focus on women, today announced several important changes to the Board of Directors and additions to the team.

North American experts weigh in on the role of breast feeding in the lives of mothers with well-controlled HIV.


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