• Jesuit AIDS Project, Zimbabwe (Darrin Zammit Lupi)

  • Kingabwa, DRC (Paul Mwense)

  • Matero, Zambia (Darrin Zammit Lupi)

Latest News

  • HIV and AIDS in the world’s youngest nation

    26 December 2014 - Being at AJAN helps me to reflect on what is happening in my country, South Sudan: HIV and AIDS is a challenge for us, people are dying, and I was not too aware of this before... Read more

  • Zimbabwe: Farewell to a remarkable project

    26 December 2014 - In 2014, we celebrated the Jesuit AIDS Project (JAP), an initiative that reached more than 24,000 young people in 18 years of service... Read more

  • World AIDS Day: Treatment is good but can be better

    1 December 2014 - Life for people with HIV would be much easier if they had clinics within walking distance and if they spent less time in clinics in queues that stretch for hours. These are two chief recommendations that emerged from preliminary results of regional research coordinated by AJAN... Read more

  • Kenya: AHAPPY is “gold” for our young people today

    1 November 2014 - More than a year after an AJAN team introduced AHAPPY to the Loreto Convent Girls Secondary in Matunda, Sr Immaculate Shisanya writes about the changes that the HIV prevention workshop brought about... Read more

  • Kenya: AHAPPY welcomed at Loreto High School

    1 November 2014 - What I like about the AJAN AHAPPY program is that although it follows the teachings of the Catholic Church, it is nonetheless relevant for everyone. I am a high-school teacher by profession and have worked very closely with young people for almost 18 years... 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)