Category Archives: Stepping Stones Project

Shall We Tell Him? – Tanzania

In Dar es Salam, Tanzania, a group of adult caregivers discuss the challenges of looking after children born with HIV. They have recently participated, together with the children, in a training workshop on the “Stepping Stones with Children”methodology ran by … Continue reading

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“Children First!” – “Watoto Kwanza!” – Tanzania

Communities can be unsafe places for all people living with HIV because of violence, including stigma and abuse. Children living with or affected by HIV can be especially vulnerable without appropriate support. But guardians and parents may lack sufficient skills … Continue reading

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Seeking Safety – Stepping Stones in Malawi- Living with HIV

“I used to abuse my wife when she went to the hospital to collect her ARV treatment because she came back late and I didn’t like it. I stopped the abuse after COWLHA members came to my house to counsel … Continue reading

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