HIV & AIDS centres


Women and girls from poor and marginalised communities are most vulnerable to HIV and AIDS as a result of sex trafficking and other sexual exploitation.

This is why we do what we do!


Two of our existing clinics provide specialist HIV and AIDS services to those most at risk, and another clinic is planned.


Education and information for at-risk communities is a key element to our approach, often using peer educators who know and understand the culture. The wider community beyond those most at risk is included in such activities.

Diagnosis and screening

Our HIV and AIDS centres provide screening and diagnosis in a supportive environment in order to reassure the most vulnerable.


We provide cost effective treatment and medication, including antiretroviral, to those found to be HIV positive or with symptoms of AIDS. This includes a home-based care programme.


We want to expand and strengthen our HIV and AIDS services among the most vulnerable.

With your help, we can.

youcan make it happen

We want to provide more healthcare to enable the poor and marginalised to take opportunities to escape exploitation and oppression.

You can help by making a donation or by donating to our Free A Woman fund to develop healthcare among at-risk women and girls.