World AIDS Day 2020
On 1st December 2020, our team collaborated with the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana – Bomso Young and Wise Clinic to provide free HIV screening as well as a health talk on safe sex practices. The target audience were all persons aged between 10 – 65 with an emphasis on Read more…
World AIDS Day 2019!
Every year, the global community comes together to commemorate the World AIDS Day on 1st December to celebrate the strides that individuals, organizations and communities have made towards the fight against HIV/AIDS. This year, theme for the commemorations was ‘communities make the difference’. aHnonymous GH brought together several young persons Read more…
World AIDS Day 2019 (Pictures)
To commemorate the World AIDS Day 2019, an HIV Awareness and Stigma campaign was conducted for young persons in Aprade Community, Kumasi coupled with Free Voluntary HIV Testing and Counseling for adults in the community. Please access the full report here.
Swimming in Uncertainty, living in bliss!
“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”― Corrie ten Boom Five years and six months of popping pills. Sometimes sleeping off and waking up with a startle, at dawn to realise I missed a dose and quickly pop it in. No counts, no loads in Read more…
Spreading Knowledge and Love
Providing Health Education during a motivational talk session to final year students of the KNUST Junior High School.
Providing education to young women is one of our goals at aHnonymous. On this day, we provided sexuality health education to students of the St. Mary’s Senior High School at Konongo, where we educated them on reproductive health issues and HIV. We spoke about sexual and reproductive health, HIV prevention Read more…
There are such things as angels!
When confusion's my companion, and despair holds me for ransom I will feel no fear. I know that You are near When caught deep in the valley, with chaos for my company I find my comfort here, cause I know that You are near -for King and Country There really are such things as angels. Not the flying kind. Or the ones in white. But there really are angels because I've seen them! And I've got 2 special angels in my life right now. I need to tell you all about them. (more…)
Our Blog has posts from various contributors who are all young adolescents living with HIV. Check out their stories by clicking on Blog under Menu. Special thanks to JD (pseudonym) who has massively contributed to the blog. Have a story? Submit to us via firstname.lastname@example.org.