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  • Centre Espérance Loyola, Lomé, Togo (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

  • Mirror of Hope, Kibera, Kenya (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

  • CVX, Kigali, Rwanda (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

Latest News

  • Social Media: Great power needs great responsibility

    4 March 2017 - Every time we have open sessions with youth, we get asked questions like: “We’ve just read online that some prophet has cured AIDS and even eradicated HIV in a person. Does this mean we now have a way around the virus and AIDS?”... Read on 

     
  • Challenges for people living with HIV in DRC

    4 March 2017 - The year 2016 was full of chronic challenges for people living with HIV in Kisangani, in Congo’s Eastern Province. It would be wonderful if these problems could be assuaged in 2017. Chief among these is a deficit in AIDS awareness outside urban areas, where there are few or no testing facilities... Read on

     
  • Treat everyone as a human being

    4 March 2017 - People never ever lose their humanity. Even when they are seriously ill, they remain human beings, with a special gift to share with others. Pope Francis underscored the inalienable dignity and uniqueness of each one of us in his annual message for the World Day of the Sick... Read on

     
  • Are we listening to what young people are telling us?

    4 March 2017 - Many young people living with HIV are dying AIDS-related deaths. This is what latest evidence reveals. Poor or lack of adherence to Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) has been identified from our interactions with youth as the reason why we lose many of them... Read on

     

     

     
  • World Aids Day

    Harnessing the ability of young people to take good decisions and to act wisely and compassionately is crucial to face up to the AIDS pandemic. The African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) firmly believes that young people have this potential however they... Read more

About AJAN

Jesuits across sub-Saharan Africa reach out daily to people affected by AIDS and seek to prevent the spread of HIV. The African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) coordinates their efforts, inspired by the vision: Empowered individuals, families, and communities working towards an HIV and AIDS free society and fullness of life (cfr John 10:10)