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A charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso that gives hope to children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
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@Sentebale Mar 14
encourages club members to choose a "sister" to support one another, motivate one another to do good in their communities, inspire one another to achieve their personal and academic goals, and support and protect one another through difficult times.
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@Sentebale Mar 8
Today, we salute remarkable young women like our Advocate Nthabiseng and women all over the world affecting change in their communities.
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@Sentebale Mar 8
Huge thanks to and for your kindness and generosity, fundraising to mark Sentebale Ambassador 's birthday! The money you've raised will support children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
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@Sentebale Mar 8
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@Sentebale Mar 8
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HIV is a disease that disproportionately affects women & adolescent girls because of their unequal cultural, social and economic status in society (AVERT). These young women are part of the generation who are changing this, for good.
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@Sentebale Mar 8
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This year’s theme is & every day, these young women are fighting against gender bias & inequality by empowering & educating their communities & educing stigma surrounding HIV
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@Sentebale Mar 8
Today, on , we are celebrating the young women who are affecting remarkable change in their communities in southern Africa; our Advocates
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@Sentebale Mar 7
The programme promotes strong and healthy relationships. The club curriculum defines a "true friend" as someone who always comforts you when you are not feeling well or someone who you are comfortable to express yourself with. Tag your below!
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@Sentebale Mar 1
"HIV and AIDS doesn't discriminate. People do."
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Int. AIDS Society Mar 1
"HIV and AIDS doesn't discriminate. People do." In 2019, we are dedicated to getting to the by changing the underlying narratives that fuel HIV-related stigma and discrimination. Our Annual Letter explains how
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@Sentebale Mar 1
This , let’s celebrate the frontline healthcare provider champions by providing stigma-free services to vulnerable populations
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@Sentebale Feb 28
Did you know it is just as important to support young people who test for , to help them protect their future ?
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@Sentebale Feb 28
We have an AWESOME team running the this year - show them support by clicking on the link below and together, we can change lives of thousands of children & young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
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@Sentebale Feb 28
84% of adolescents with HIV are living in southern Africa. That’s why the work our Let Youth Lead advocates are doing to drive change in policy that better supports their generation is so important.
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@Sentebale Feb 26
Our work in and is upheld by a team of dedicated , who are trained to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by
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@Sentebale Feb 25
Monthly Clubs address the psychological impact of HIV by giving young people a safe environment to work though the challenges of being HIV-positive together, encouraging them to live healthy, productive lives, and nurturing their inner confidence.
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@Sentebale Feb 21
Our clubs and camps in and address the social and emotional impacts of a positive HIV diagnosis, improve adherence to medication, and give hope to a generation of young people living with the virus.
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@Sentebale Feb 21
There is a clear need to empower youth and give them a platform to articulate these challenges to global policy makers, to drive positive change in the provision of HIV interventions that better support their needs. It is in this context that we developed
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@Sentebale Feb 19
Last year, Sentebale delivered Saturday Club to over 4,200 children and young people every month across Lesotho & Botswana.
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@Sentebale Feb 18
Only with your support can work to change the tide of the HIV/AIDS epidemic - sign up to receive updates on our work with young people affected by HIV at
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