ICW is honoured and proud to be the only international network which strives to share with the global community the experiences, views and contributions of 19 million incredible women worldwide, who are also HIV positive.

UNIFEM and the ATHENA Network Launch Results of a Review of Women’s Leadership and Participation in the AIDS Response

Despite repeated calls for women’s participation and the increasing attention to and resources allocated for HIV and AIDS, women’s full participation in the AIDS response has still not been realized, according to the results of a review by UNIFEM and the ATHENA Network presented on 6 June 2008 at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City.

ICW and the Treatment Action Group (TAG) share the successes of our joint TB/HIV Project

Read about the success stories and achievement of some of the activists as a result of the attending the ICW/TAG (Treatment Action Group) TB/HIV Advocacy Trainings Workshops and also being supported to attend key important TB/HIV Advocacy meeting and conferences...

ICW at AIDS 2008 - If you are there come find us!

Setting the Scene for Mexico

ICW is a co-sponsor of the International AIDS Conference in Mexico CityThis huge conference of well over 25,000 people offers wonderful opportunities to network and spread the word about HIV positive women’s concerns. We plan many events, surprises, and challenges to engage attendees. (August 3-8).

ICW AIDS2008 themes and projects…

New research on the impact of ART availability and adherance

NEW REPORT: The impact of increased ART availability on programmes supporting people living with HIV and AIDS

ART has been rolled out at a phenomenal rate. And there is still more to do to reach all those who need HIV treatment.  But with the speed at which ART has become more widely available, what are the impacts on both the people accessing ART and the programmes which support them?  Listening to feedback from partner organisations, UK aid agency CAFOD commissioned research

Living 2008 Conference, Mexico

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