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  • Jesuit AIDS Project, Zimbabwe (Darrin Zammit Lupi)

  • Kingabwa, DRC (Paul Mwense)

  • Matero, Zambia (Darrin Zammit Lupi)

Latest News

  • Renewing our commitment to “a faith that does justice”

    6 March - AIDS is first and foremost an urgent challenge to social justice rather than a merely medical problem... Read more

     

     
  • AJAN: Creating safe spaces for people with HIV

    6 March 2015 - The Jesuit parish of St Joseph the Worker in Kangemi, on the outskirts of Nairobi, runs the Uzima program for people living with HIV. Uzima has 45 men and 67 women in support groups... Read more

     
  • Kenya: Religious leaders meet PLWH to take joint action against stigma

    6 March 2015 - People living with HIV in Kenya are still subject to high levels of stigma and some still shun treatment as a result. A national survey based on “lived experiences” rated stigma and discrimination in Kenya at 45%... Read more

     
  • Rwanda: Redeeming the world

    (30 January 2015) With the eyes of our imagination, we looked upon all the people in our world, each one so different from the other: white and black; healthy and sick, some with AIDS; born and dying, some born with HIV, others dying of AIDS… Read more

     
  • CAR: University centre marks start of academic year despite unrest

    (30 January 2015) A Jesuit prevention-education centre at the university of Bangui has organised a ceremony for its peer educators to mark the start of the academic year despite the insecurity that plagues the Central African Republic (CAR)... 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)