International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW)
Communauté internationale des femmes vivant avec le VIH/SIDA
Comunidad Internacional de Mujeres con VIH/SIDA
1992-07 Amsterdam Netherlands
Jul 1992, Amsterdam (Netherlands), during 8th International Conference on AIDS.
Raise awareness of HIV positive women's issues and promote effective action to address them; reduce the isolation of these women and overcome the stigma of HIV/AIDS; promote human rights of HIV positive women globally; empower HIV positive women to address and promote change in issues of importance to their lives.
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International Steering Committee; Global Office, currently bases in Nairobi (Kenya). Independent regional networks operate autonomously. Networks include: E-XJ9331 - International Community of Women living with HIV Eastern Africa (ICWEA).
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