ICW has proven that a relatively small investment in networks of women living with HIV pays double dividends in achieving an effective rights-based HIV response.

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Every dollar counts. Make a donation and be recognized for your support at the following levels:

  • up to $100 – Community Leader
  • $101–$250 – Movement Builder
  • $251–$500 – Sustaining Sister
  • $501–$1000 – Network Strengthener
  • $1000+ – Advocates Circle

Powerful Advocacy – fueled by you!

We continue to build on ICW’s 25-year legacy of powerful advocacy by women living with HIV. This year we seek to raise $100,000 USD before the end of 2016 to help us meet critical funding needs and continue to deliver powerful advocacy with impact.

Which is where your help can make all the difference. Your investment in the success of the network at this crucial time will amplify our impact and improve the lives of women and girls living with HIV.

With thanks

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Rebecca Matheson
Global Director


Together we make all the difference

ICW Latina

ICW Latina is a network of women leaders who actively participate to harmonize regional efforts, favor the exchange of information and experience, promote the formulation of public policies that stimulate the mobilization of resources, influencing decision-makers to guarantee respect for our rights human rights and access to health, education, job opportunities, mainly in girls and adolescents, with gender equality, in situations that affect our lives.

ICW East Africa

The International Community of Women living with HIV Eastern Africa is a regional advocacy network and membership-based organisation.

ICW West Africa

ICW West Africa exists to lead efforts towards securing and improving the quality of life for women living with HIV. They do this by mobilizing, organizing, advocating, mentoring and raising consciousness on the issues that directly impact our lives.

ATHENA Network

The ATHENA Network (ATHENA) is a global network of individual and institutional members that has been at the forefront of ensuring the centrality of gender equality and human rights in the HIV response since 2006.


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