Founded in 2005, Amana Association is a network of people living with HIV/AIDS in Niger State, which has one of the highest prevalence rates in the country. The organization aims to promote and protect the rights of HIV/AIDS-affected widows and vulnerable children in a context where high levels of stigma combined with rural poverty and the refusal of the state to recognize the magnitude of the issue contribute to poor access to treatment and prevention information.
Stigma, Discrimination and Poverty Reduction Among People Living with HIV/AIDS
To reduce stigma and empower rural Muslim communities by training HIV-positive women in income-generating activities and raising awareness on HIV/AIDS.
|Project Grant Amount||$20,000|
|Total Grants Received||$75,279|
|Theme||Sexual Health and Rights|
|Population Served||People with HIV and AIDS, Women, Youth|