Letter: A Brief Look At BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe
An open letter to BAPZ, praising its work through the Guardian Angel Programme (ZIMGAP).
To prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS to protect unborn Zimbabwean children from acquiring HIV/AIDS and improve the morbidity and mortality and future of Zimbabwean children with HIV/AIDS.
BAPZ Projects:Janet Bhila: Working for A Better Future for Children Affected by HIVImagine your spouse taking away medication that could protect you from the effects of HIV and your ability to protect yourself from transmitting the virus. That is but one of the realities that Janet Bhila has come across in her fieldwork, helping Zimbabwe’s youth and adolescents learn about HIV, anti-retroviral treatment (ARV) and sexual rights. Janet has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS for several years, and now through the BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe (BAPZ) Guardian Angel Programme she is currently pursuing further tertiary education with a concentration in psychology. She has volunteered with organizations such as SAfAIDS, ZNNP+, Youth Engage, among many others. Her duties have primarily focused onLearn More
BAPZ Projects:Masvingo - HIV Equal
BAPZ Projects:BAPZ Up-Close: The Michael Bartos Interview
BAPZ sat down with Michael Bartos, the UNAIDS Country Director for Zimbabwe, in April, 2016 to discuss the state of HIV in the country and the 90-90-90 treatment goal.
BAPZ Projects:HIV Equal in MatetsiTested and photographed 124 villagers.Learn More
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