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Upcoming National Day of Women Living with HIV Morning Tea in Adelaide

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SAMESH, 15/02/2019 The National Day of Women Living with HIV in Australia was created as an annual event by Femfatales, the National Network of Women Living with HIV at NAPWHA (the National Association of People with HIV Australia), with the idea to situate it after International Women’s Day to promote a greater awareness around HIV and the needs of women living with HIV in Australia. Join us for...

Survey for Women living with HIV

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napwha, femfatales, Relationships Australia South Australia, September 2018 WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE OF LIVING WITH HIV AND AGEING This survey is the result of a collaboration between MOSAIC, NAPWHA and Femfatales. They encourage all women living with HIV, regardless of age, to be motivated to consider their health, to reflect on living with HIV, and to complete this survey so that their voices may be...

Positive Voices community forum

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Positive Life SA & SAMESH, August 2018 Are you a person living with HIV in SA? We want to hear from you about what would benefit PLHIV. Find out more about the important role people living with HIV have in prevention, as well as the barriers and enablers to care. Presenters: Kath Leane – PositiveLifeSA / Femfatales John Rule – NAPWHA Jane Costello – PLNSW / Kirby Institute...

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...

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