Some of our 4MNet Steering group members wrote a chapter about Perinatal Peer Mentoring, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, and HIV in a published book (Complex Social Issues and the Perinatal Woman by Laura Abbot Department of Allied Health and Midwifery University of Hertfordshire Hatfield, UK) looking at the psychological, emotional and spiritual needs […]
In collaboration with the International Community of Women Living With HIV North America ICWNA , 4MNet held a ‘Mama Knows Breast’ webinar A discussion and debate on infant feeding. Following this webinar, ICWNA’s Milky Movement released a Formal Call to Action in support of petitioning the CDC to edit the US guidelines for HIV and breast/chestfeeding. Please take a […]
Longret Kwardem participated in a symposium session entitled “From elimination to ensuring a paradigm shift for meeting the sexual and reproductive health and rights needs of women living with HIV” where she shared her perspectives on Power of positive language: the evolution to ensuring sexual and reproductive health and rights for women living with HIV […]
Angelina made a presentation at the SHARE Research Collaborative Inaugural Virtual Symposium held on the 5th of May 2021. In the presentation, she discusses the need to focus on Health Equity. You can find the presentation here. To access the full symposium please click on the following link: https://youtu.be/GoHtY0L7ItA
4MNet held a Virtual Exhibition Event on Friday, April 30th 2021 to conclude a 6 month National Lottery-funded Emerging Futures creative Project ( hyperlink link to NL page on 4M website ). Longret made a presentation on how 4M Mentor Mothers Network evolved over the years to become a CIC; Angelina Namiba launched the Mentor […]
Rebeca Mbewe and Fungi Murau successfully delivered a first Virtual workshop on The Pregnancy journey when you are living with HIV, in collaboration with Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) https://www.chiva.org.uk/
4MNet produced a Relationship love list from its Group Session. To access click here.
Angelina Namiba made a presentation about preferences of women living with HIV in relation to drug trial participation during pregnancy at the online WHO IMPAACT meeting of March 2021. To access the whole presentation, click here.
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