The Well Project is thrilled to announce that our 2018-2019 survey, Together We Are…Making an Impact is now available. This is the latest in a series of surveys that The Well Project undertakes to ensure that we are maximizing our effectiveness and strengthening the impact of our programming.
The Well Project Launches Together We Are…Making an Impact, its 2018-2019 Survey Report
I had the pleasure of attending the 32nd Annual ANAC 2019 Conference which was held November 7 - 9 in Portland, Oregon
How do current HIV and breastfeeding guidelines impact women's lives? What is important to consider regarding this topic? What do people with HIV and providers need in order for the field of infant-feeding options to expand? We convened a session with community experts discussing these questions and more at USCA 2019 in Washington, DC.
On October 28, 2019, CHLP, AIDS United and The Well Project submitted written comments to express continued support for HIV testing protocols that recognize the vital importance of strong protections of patients' rights to clear, oral notice of and consent to HIV testing.
The Well Project, ally organizations, and individual stakeholders are requesting a meeting with leaders of the Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America to discuss how to more explicitly incorporate women.
During Adherence 2019, our poster was visited by a stream of professionals whose passion for this topic matched our own. We recorded some of their perspectives here.
We are excited to report that The Well Project presented the poster Breastfeeding with HIV: Optimizing Informed Choices in the Era of "U=U," at Adherence 2019.
We are excited to share with you our 2018 Annual Report, Together We Will…
The Well Project is thrilled to launch a strategic plan to guide the organization over the coming five years.
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The WRI 2019 meeting broadly addressed issues related to long-term experiences with HIV across the lifespan, including those relevant to older women who are aging with HIV and younger women who acquired HIV perinatally or as young children.