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There are nearly 23 million people living with HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, and 14.8 children orphaned by AIDS. Behind the enormous horrifying statistics, there are individuals, with a name and a family, a unique and irreplaceable face and personality.

Here you can meet and listen to some who are helped by Jesuit AIDS projects. Their words will give you insight that no report can offer, and will encourage you to believe that there is something you can do to help them, and others in their situation, to live “life to the full”.

Gregory Hazele  Gregory Hazele is a team leader of the home-based care programme of Chikuni Parish in rural Zambia and one of the programme’s agricultural extension officers. Gregory was interviewed by Darrin Zammit Lupi… Lire la suite

Mamounata, Burkina Faso – I thank God who has granted me the strength to recount the story of my life. I have AIDS. It is thanks to Sr Françoise that I discovered this. She has been my friend since 1997…  Lire la suite

Mrs J. M., Democratic Republic of Congo – I am 40 years old and I have been HIV-positive since 2 June 2005. I have lived positively with my status for six years. In the beginning it wasn’t at all easy because it seemed as though I was living in a nightmare… Lire la suite

Josephine, Uganda – In February 2004, my husband succumbed to what many people were convinced was witchcraft. I later realized he had AIDS.  My in-laws took away whatever remained from my children and me… Lire la suite

Being part of a discordant couple, Kenya 

The lament of the HIV-positive partner

I don’t believe that you are negative

You caused me to be infected through your carelessness… Lire la suite

Dennis Owuoche

Dennis Owuoche Shadrack is the AJAN Communications and Research officer, Having joined AJAN in 2022 he has a broad experience in content writing; statements, press releases , website management, brand development, developing communications strategies and managing the social media, disseminating knowledge products, preparing flyers, reports and spreading other materials in order to enhance awareness about HIV and support Holistic development of the young people as a AHAPPY Trainer.


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