We answer to the members of our network and the women living with HIV whose interests we serve.
Self Determination and Emancipation
We promote and practice the principles of GIPA/MEWA (Greater Involvement of People with AIDS/Meaningful Engagement of Women with HIV and AIDS).
Integrity and Critical Reflection
We are committed to working in a way that is transparent to our members and that builds our capacity to put the needs of women living with HIV above individual interests.
Feminisms and Gender Equality
We work to support the ability of all women living with HIV to define, establish and achieve equal political, economic, cultural, personal and social rights.
We recognize that as with all people, we share a common humanity and therefore a right to equitable treatment, support for our human rights, and a fair allocation of community resources.
Commitment to Advocacy
We are committed to improving health and social policies that increase fairness and access for all women living with HIV.
In doing our work with its many demands, we commit to care for ourselves as we offer care and support to each other.