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.

  • Uganda:  World Aids Day Set for Kasensero, Rakai District

    New Vision, 28 November 2012

    Uganda will join the rest of the world to mark the World AIDS day on Dec 1, 2012 in Kasensero fishing village, Kakuuto, Rakai district, the Director General Uganda Aids Commission, ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Widow Struggles to Feed HIV Orphans

    New Vision, 28 November 2012

    Until World AIDS Day on December 1, New Vision will publish HIV-related stories daily. Today, Agnes Kyotalengerire explores the plight of an HIV-positive widow in her quest to ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Blind HIV-Positive Nyakato Will Have a House for Christmas

    New Vision, 28 November 2012

    Joan Nyakato, the blind and HIV-positive mother of four, whose family lives in a hut about to collapse in the faraway Kisindizi village of Masindi district, will have a safe brick ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Health Partners for Wider Palliative Care Coverage

    The Independent, 28 November 2012

    Norah, 40, a mother of seven was diagnosed with rectal cancer at Case Clinic January 2011. She was put on radiotherapy and chemotherapy at Mulago National Referral but when she ... read more »