Morning tea for National Day of Women Living with HIV in Australia

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via SAMESH, a joint program of SHINE SA and VAC, February 2018

NATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV IN AUSTRALIA: Friday 9 March 2018 

Join us for morning tea to celebrate and support women living with HIV.

“Too often, WLHIV in Australia are considered as an afterthought or swept up in the generic term ‘people living with HIV. Women when not well supported will often go underground after diagnosis and hide in fear or shame of being constantly labelled, judged and stigmatised. This leaves a larger proportion of WLHIV dealing with their diagnosis alone. The Femfatales aim to inspire, celebrate and advocate and give WLHIV the platform to step up and be heard. We believe that holding a National Day of Women Living with HIV Australia is a good start.” – Kath Leane, Chair of Femfatales.

Location: 57 Hyde St, Adelaide
Time: 10 am -12 pm

All are welcome to attend this morning tea with friends, family, partners & supporters.

 

By J Pope

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