Fighting Stigma among HIV+ Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Northern Uganda
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Fighting Stigma among HIV+ Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Northern Uganda

HIV and AIDS Communication and Stigma

Uganda

Fighting Stigma among HIV+ Internally Displaced People in Northern Uganda, Entebbe Women’s Association, Uganda. Over 2,000 individuals received stigma related information, HIV/AIDS care and Support, positive prevention through drama campaigns. The radio programs had callers from across the five districts. Listeners wrote letters for more information to EWA offices in Gulu, they visit the office for more information and receive posters and brochures for information dissemination. 328 individual PHAs received basic skills in positive living, over 246 openly declared their status and two drama groups came up openly to be facilitated and share testimonies with the rest of the municipality divisions and the entire Gulu District.

Final Report   Posters
         
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