HIV-Positive Women in Uganda Learn Income Generating-Activities

Kinawataka Women's Initiative is a non-governmental organization started with the aim of reducing HIV infections and sensitizing women and children on the dangers of the disease. It later ventured into income-generating activities by teaching the infected and affected women how to fight poverty.

  • Uganda:   HIV Positive Women Turn Entrepreneural

    New Vision, 28 November 2012

    When Jane Nakawuki and her husband Yusuf Damulira tested HIV-positive, they did not sit back and wallow in self-pity. They knew they needed a stable source of income to look after… Read more »

Florence Nansubuga 43 and Nakku Florence 45 have been living with HIV for 17 years.


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