The purpose of this project is to promote increased access to reproductive and maternal health services through capacity building and community engagement in Malawi’s Zomba district.
The purpose of this project is to enable women to demand good quality services from their health centres so that they can receive their ART with dignity.
This project also addresses the issues to do with stigmatization of people living with HIV
There have been a few changes made to the way treatment is being administered in Malawi which unfortunately, not a lot of people are familiar with.This is a nationwide project being implemented in collaboration with JASS Associates (a feminist organization)
Treatment Literacy; Strengthening Citizen demand; Organisational Development; MEL.
Name: Reducing Maternal Mortality by Linking COWLHA and Community Structures with Health Facilities
Duration: 1 year 2016
Name: Our Bodies, Our Lives: Ensuring Women’s Access to Quality Anti-Retroviral in Malawi.(OBOL)
Duration: 48 months
Project Locations: 15 Districts – Chitipa; Karonga; Lilongwe urban; Mchinji; Dowa; Blantyre urban; Blantyre rural; Nsanje; Phalombe; Chikhwawa; Chiradzulu; Kasungu; Neno; Ntcheu; Khotakota
The purpose of this project is to increase the number of women on option B+ and ART and consequently reduce the loss to follow up and ART default rate in Phalombe and Mulanje Districts.
Name: Towards Achieving the 90-90-90 Campaign: Linking COWLHA Support Groups with Health facilities to Eliminate New Paediatric HIV Infections and Promote Adherence to ART.
Donor: National AIDS Commission
Duration: 1 year (2016 – 2017)
Location: Phalombe and Mulanje