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The GCWA partnership is open to all international or civil society organizations who sign on to its principles. By joining the GCWA, partners commit to strengthening their own organization’s work on women and AIDS. The GCWA is a supporter of the NGO Code of Good Practice and the associated Women and AIDS Checklist, and encourages all partners to review these tools, and use them to strengthen their own organizations.

In this site we feature their women and girls specific activities and campaigns, as well as news and events related to their work.

 
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  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Helena Nangombe joins GCWA advisory group

    Helena Nangombe, is a 27 year old young woman who has been living with HIV, standing as a strong survivor of sexual abuse. Helena is extremely ambitious and self-motivated as a youth advocate.  She is a proud mother of an 8 year old son who is HIV negative. After the early death of her parents, she needed to withdraw from her education as there was no one to pay for her education.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Khartini Slamah joins the GCWA advisory group

    Khartini Slamah is transgender person (male to female). She has been involved in HIV/AIDS for the last 25 years. she is an advocate for Transgender and sex workers rights. She is also a board member of Asia Pacific Transgender Network (APTN), Board member of MSMGF Trans Ref Group, Program Advisory Committee of Red Umbrella Fund and Executive Board Member of Global Network Of Sex Worker (NSWP).

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Lydia Mungherera joins the GCWA advisory group

    Dr Lydia Mungherera is a medical doctor, living positively with HIV. She has been a peer educator since 1998, a member of the Ugandan national network of people living with HIV and the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS since 2002. She is a treatment, gender and human rights activist for HIV positive women. She is passionate about the sexual and reproductive health rights of mothers living with HIV. She founded the Mama’s Club Uganda in 2004, addressing psychosocial needs and reproductive heath rights of rural mothers living with HIV.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Mabel Bianco joins the GCWA advisory group

    Mabel Bianco is a feminist medical doctor, Master in Public Health and specializing in Epidemiology and medical statistic. Founder and President, since 1999, of Fundación para Estudio e Investigación de la Mujer (FEIM), an NGO working to improve women's rights in Argentina, among many international and regional networks. She is co-coordinator of Women Won’t Wait (WWW) a global campaign to eliminate violence against women and HIV and Coordinator of the International Women AIDS Caucus an International (IAWC) network of more than 500 women groups and NGOs worldwide.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Nawel Lahouel joins the GCWA advisory group

    My name is Nawel. I am a 38 years old positive woman from Algeria. I am the president of El Hayet NGO, first NGO of People living with HIV (PLHIV) in Algeria. My story with HIV started when I was just 19. I contracted the virus, lost my daughter and husband who both passed away.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Pervaiz Tufail joins the GCWA advisory group

    Pervaiz Tufail is a 41 year old cured TB patient, with Masters in Psychology and MBA in Marketing having 13 years working experience with different national and international organizations. He is well known gender trainer, activist and community leader. He provided his services to national and International organizations to mainstream gender into programming. He is skilled and has specialty in the area of gender, TB, HIV/AIDS and child protection.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Pye Jakobsson joins the GCWA advisory group

    Pye Jakobsson, born 1968, is from Stockholm, Sweden. She is a sex worker activist and former sex worker. She is the co-founder of the national organization for sex workers in Sweden, Rose Alliance, a board member of NSWP (the Global Network of Sex Work Projects), as well as a member of INPUD (the international network of people who use drugs). She is working as a project manager at HIV-Sweden.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Rebecca Matheson joins the GCWA advisory group

    First and foremost I am a mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunty, granddaughter, mentor, employee, advocate and a woman who has been living with HIV for 19 years. I am a long time member of the women @NAPWHA network, advising on women and HIV in Australia for the National Association of people living with HIV.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Shanique Campbell joins the GCWA advisory group

    Shanique Campbell is a vibrant twenty-two year old Jamaican feminist and youth activist. She is extremely passionate about youth and their need to be empowered irrespective of whatever life challenges that they may face. She has years of experience working with youth and leadership and has coordinated the premier leadership course at the University of the West Indies- Mona. She holds a BSc.

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Annah Irungu joins the GCWA advisory group

      Annah Irungu, Founder & Excutive Director of Teenagers Plus CBO – Kenya,  is a psychology professional  with a background as a life-skills trainer for adolescents and teenagers over the last 12 years. Annah is a trainer counselor and with immense hands on community leadership focusing on rights of adolescents sexual reproductive health rights, including family planning services for women and girls at community levels, a platform that  propelled her as a global advocate for universal access and the status of women and is a prominent feature in internati

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