AJAN is carrying out HIV and AIDS Prevention Program (AHAPPY) program across Africa. The Program empowers the youth with knowledge about HIV and AIDS in Africa. HIV and AIDS sensitization workshops and training have been conducted in countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Togo, Liberia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Madagascar. Informing the youth about HIV and AIDS and by encouraging them to get tested for HIV not only encourages them to know about their status but also take responsibility to make informed choices and to seek medication for those infected.
AJAN facilitates and coordinates efforts of Jesuits in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa through Networking, Communication, Capacity Building, Advocacy, Resource Mobilization and Fundraising. Jesuits efforts in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa include offering services such as HIV Care and Treatment, Psychosocial Support through Voluntary Counseling and Testing, Spiritual and Psychosocial Counseling and Integral Human Development through livelihood support and giving education sponsorship to orphans and vulnerable children affected and infected with HIV and AIDS.