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So far RRP+ has created 19 blog entries.

RRP+ attends the 12th international INTEREST conference on HIV in Kigali

RRP+ is attending the INTEREST conference held in the convention centre of Kigali from May 29 till June1 that brings different people with different mind-sets, experiences and backgrounds together to discuss how to improve prevention and treatment of HIV. This conference will help Rwandans living with HIV, to build a strong community with PLHIV, physicians, [...]

By | May 30th, 2018|Announcements|0 Comments

New dates of TB screening campaign in Western Province

As announced earlier, RRP+, UNAIDS and RBC  continue their Tuberculosis (TB) screening campaign in Rubavu, Rusizi and Nyamasheke district, as TB is one of the most common co-infections of HIV. RRP+ would like to inform the peer educators and RRP+ representatives who will play a key role in mobilizing the community to attend the screening [...]

By | May 11th, 2018|Announcements|0 Comments

Take control over your body for a bright future

Youth first! New HIV infections among young people and a rising number of unwanted early pregnancies are jeopardizing the future of Rwanda’s youth. Young people, HIV positive and negative, need to be empowered to take control over their body and health. RRP+ decided to increase its efforts in promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights [...]

By | May 8th, 2018|Announcements|0 Comments

New youth leaders to promote positive living

  The engagement of youth leaders is crucial for ending the HIV epidemic and promoting positive living among People Living with HIV (PLHIV). By the end of last year, 31 new RRP+ district youth representatives were elected and trained in their role as leaders of their generation.  During a 2,5- days workshop in Kigali they [...]

By | May 8th, 2018|Latest news|0 Comments

RRP+ Chairperson: “We should be self-empowered”

Board of Directors of Rwanda Network of People living with HIV: we should be self-empowered rather than depending on sponsors On the 30th of March, a General Assembly was held in order to present the newly elected RRP+ representatives at District and National level to the members of RRP+. MUNEZA Sylvie who was again elected [...]

By | April 27th, 2018|Latest news|0 Comments

Coming up in April: early TB screening in Rubavu, Rusizi and Nyamasheke

Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most common co-infections of HIV. By detecting the highly infectious TB infection in an early stage, the well-being of many PLHIV can be protected. After a successful early TB screening campaign in the City of Kigali in July and August 2017, RRP+, UNAIDS and RBC  continue their campaign in [...]

By | March 7th, 2018|Announcements|0 Comments

Awareness for Zero Discrimination against PLHIV

Stigma and discrimination against PLHIV still exist in private and public spheres and can have a major impact on the well-being of PLHIV! Evidence is provided by the 66 cases of stigma and discrimination, reported by RRP+ members within a timeframe of 3 months. With the support of GIZ, RRP+ organized a press conference on [...]

By | March 5th, 2018|Latest news|0 Comments

Get messages about puberty, sex, HIV and pregnancy on your mobile

Receiving accurate information about puberty, sex, pregnancy, HIV, STIs and pregnancy prevention methods on your mobile phone is now possible thanks to the “Mobile for Reproductive Health (M4RH) Program”. This program was launched by Imbuto Foundation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, on Saturday October 14 during the special youth Umuganda in Rugerero Sector, [...]

By | October 20th, 2017|Latest news|0 Comments

RRP+ takes on fast track agenda to end TB and AIDS in Rwanda

Increased awareness on HIV and TB co-infection and early TB testing are crucial to end  the HIV and TB epidemics in Rwanda. Therefore, RRP+, RBC and health facility staff joined forces to implement a TB testing campaign in the City of Kigali. As a result of active mobilization of PLHIV by well-trained peer educators of [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Announcements|0 Comments

Reduced funding HIV, TB & Malaria requires out-of-the-box thinking

The Rwandan Government and civil society are facing a significant reduction of funds to fight HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria. Scarce resources must be invested in innovative approaches that target the most vulnerable groups. This is one of the recommendations of the “National Networking and Advocacy Meeting”, organized by the Country Coordinating Mechanism of Global [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Latest news|0 Comments