Connect to other members doing valuable work fighting HIV and AIDS
Participate in an e-consultation in preparation for the AIDS 2010 conference in Vienna
The XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2010) will be held in Vienna, Austria. Under the theme ‘Rights here, right now’, it will emphasize the importance of protecting human rights as a prerequisite to a successful response to HIV. WAGGGS calls all young members to participate in the e-consultation in preparation for the conference.
Nominate an expert, including yourself!
Nominate an HIV and AIDS savvy Girl Guide/Girl Scout as a WAGGGS subject matter expert. The experts will contribute to WAGGGS’ position statements on HIV and AIDS and give advice for campaigns and projects. They will contribute to training materials and help mentor other Girl Guides and Girl Scouts on the topic. Send the nomination, including a short Guiding CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell us about your project
Submit your HIV and AIDS project as a best practice case study. WAGGGS will use your example to showcase how Girl Guides and Girl Scouts tackle the HIV and AIDS pandemic, which will help other people deliver similar projects. We will also use your story in publications and promotional material to spread the word about all the amazing things Girl Guides and Girl Scouts are doing around the world. Send the project description including contact details of the responsible person to email@example.com
Support a Girl Guide/Girl Scout HIV and AIDS project
Many Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world are starting grass roots projects to help combat some of the most serious problems of our time. If you can help support these projects, with expertise, funds or connections. Check out projects that are currently applying for funds here.
Fight ignorance and fear
WAGGGS has published ‘HIV/AIDS Fighting Ignorance and Fear’ which showcases best practice examples of HIV and AIDS projects of Member Organizations in the areas of education, awareness raising and care and support.