Online Resources

Emili, 14 learns HIV/AIDS facts

The following resources were located and posted by WORLD’s interns Rahni,15 and Emili,14 from Girls Incorporated.

The Body
Is for men and women who are HIV positive. This website is effective because they have links that have information about prevention, living, personal stories, blogs and much more. This site is also helpful because they talk about HIV Testing 101, HIV medications, and side effects.

Avert
Is aimed towards men and woman who have been diagnosed and or undiagnosed with AIDS/HIV. The website is extraordinary because they have certain information about Prevention, transmission and testing, and also treatment and care. This site is also helpful because they also talk and have information about teens, gays and lesbians, and they also have stories, quizzes, and games.

Women’s Health
Is pointed towards woman who has been infected with HIV/AIDS. This website is noteworthy because they have information and links on living with HIV/AIDS, treatments, and research and clinical trails. This site is also helpful because they also have more links and information about AIDS Worldwide, myths about HIV/AIDS, programs and events, additional resources, and you can also share your story.

I.W.H.C/International Women’s Health Coalition

Is for women who are HIV positive. This website is great because they have Resources, and blogs and you can also take action in events which are located in Africa, Asia, Middle east, North Africa and Latin America.

W.H.O/Women’s Health Organization

Is pointed toward women who have been diagnosed and or undiagnosed with HIV/AIDS. The website is extraordinary because they have certain information about HIV infections, and the global coalition on women and AIDS. This site is also helpful because they talk about The United Nations UNIFEM gender-and-HIV/AIDS website, and HIV programs.

Comments 2

  1. LIVE LIFE! Knowing is Power—Power to all People!
    I live in Winston-Salem, NC. Just a few miles from you(LOL). I spend hours every day online searching for things to help myself and the many other women and men that I unofficially represent. I am very vocal regarding my . But, many still can’t themselves due to family/job situation and the always “so-called” friends who turn their back. I am extremely impressed with your web site….the work that you are doing…also your “linking” people to services/information online. I say thanks you my sisters on the Pacific from your on the Atlantic(well, about 3hrs from Atlantic!)

  2. So glad you find the site helpful. Please let us know how we can be supportive of you and the women in your network!

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