District Meeting/Training on Legal Literacy for PLHIV

Some of the key findings from the meeting reveal that more often than we would like to believe, discrimination is meted by close family members, neighbours and members of society that a PLHIV may interact with in daily life. While organizations mostly focus on working with people living with HIV, it is equally important to work with all members within a community and sensitize them about HIV. Regular sensitization has the potential of bringing behavioural changes within the community in order to change the discourse around HIV, thereby, directly lowering instances of harassment and discrimination against PLHIV.

Attachments

    https://hrln.org/uploads/2019/10/plhiv-district-meeting-report.pdf