Ensuring that women with disabilities living with HIV/AIDS are accepted, respected, and live with dignity in the community.
We are the voice of the voiceless women with disabilities who live with HIV/AIDS in the district, and we were registered as a community-based organization that is responsible to advocate for their rights in the district with the aim of reducing the high spread of HIV/AIDS among the society in the district and the world at large.
We network with civil society organizations that advocate for HIV/AIDS rights, and the rights of persons with disabilities (PWDS) at local, regional, national, and international levels
“We must encourage people to get educated, to get tested, to get involved in the fight against AIDS.”
— Gwen Moore