Kim Canady in front of USCHA sign.

USCHA 2022 convened in San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 8 – 11, 2022. Members of The Well Project's community wrote recap articles sharing their unique perspectives on conference sessions and events of interest to our communities.

Dominic Colón, Maria Louise Roman-Taylorson, Damián Cabrera-Candelaria, Ben Cuevas, Grissel Granados, Gonzalo Aburto, Maria Mejia, Elias Diaz, Milani Varela, Cristina Herrera, Guillermo Chacón, Jesús Heberto Guillén Solis, Lillibeth Gonzalez, Jesús Aguais

This 2022 Poz 100 "spotlights the work of Latino advocates" including several of The Well Project's community members "who are making a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS."

The Well Project Spanish newsletter signup promo.

The Well Project is excited to announce our increasing commitment to language justice and the launch of a monthly Spanish e-newsletter that will ensure there is wide dissemination of our Spanish language offerings.

Collage of images from Let's Talk About Sex 2022 conference.

Members of The Well Project's team were honored to join our partner organizations SisterSong and Dallas-based The Afiya Center, cohosts of Let's Talk About Sex! The National Reproductive Justice Conference in Dallas, Texas, August 25 – 28, 2022.

Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin at "Breast is Best" session.

The Well Project was at AIDS 2022 in Montreal Canada from July 28-August 2 and is pleased to report on our experiences and what we took away from the meeting. 

AIDS 2022 Poster, Amplifying the Voices and Experiences of Parents Living with HIV Around Breast/Chestfeeding.

The Well Project presented an e-poster, Amplifying the Voices and Experiences of Parents Living with HIV around Breast/Chestfeeding, at AIDS 2022 in Montreal, Canada on July 29 – August 2, 2022, which sought to present information in a way that a broad range of audiences looking for information on infant feeding choices could access.

Flyer for event.

This education session is an excellent opportunity to hear perspectives on the importance of holistic care from women living with HIV and providers, share your experiences, and seek answers to important questions.

Flyer for SHE/HER/THEY event.

A virtual discussion featuring a panel of women living with HIV highlighting their experiences related to seeking work or education. / Una discusión virtual con un panel de mujeres con VIH que destacaran sus experiencias relacionadas con la búsqueda de trabajo o educación.

Allison Agwu, MD, ScM, Aryah Lester, and The Well Project logo.

For the second time in 2022, The Well Project is honored to share news about our expanding team.

Headshot of Marissa Gonzalez and logos for The Well Project and CROI.

The world's leading HIV science meeting took place virtually yet again in February 2022, and three of The Well Project's Community Advisory Board members were in attendance.


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El programa de Educación para la salud sexual/Recursos para el empoderamiento relacionado al VIH/Tratamiento equitativo del VIH (SHE/HER/THEY por sus siglas en inglés) es una iniciativa de extensión educativa multifacética centrada en mejorar la participación en la atención, los resultados de salud y el bienestar de las mujeres viviendo con VIH y vulnerables a él, a la vez que promueve una cultura de bienestar, mediante un enfoque holístico y no estigmatizante.