Young Women Campaign
Against AIDS (YWCAA)
Promotion of Equal Rights & Social Justice for Women, Young People and the Vulnerable


World AIDS Day is celebrated globally every 1 December; and it's the time to stand in solidarity with those living with HIV/AIDS and to remember those that have died as a result of HIV/AIDS complications.

On yearly basis, YWCAA stands in solidarity with the rest of the world to commemorate the World AIDS Day celebrations. Since 2012, YWCAA has dedicated these celebrations to the grandmothers living within the urban informal settlements and rural poor areas, the orphaned and vulnerable children and young people within the communities where YWCAA works in. The grandmothers have remained strong pillars within the community - being care givers to orphaned and vulnerable children whose parents have succumbed mainly to HIV/AIDS related circumstances. More

Succeess Stories

  • Economic empowerment to young women

    Through YWCAA economic empowerment project, the following are confessions from

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    Person(s) Living Positively with HIV/AIDS

    Ms Anne is the co-founder of Joy Academic for orphaned and vulnerable children within

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  • Reformed Youth

    Roselyne Nyambura is less than 25 years old. At her age, Rose has undergone a lot

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    Kawangware Phase Out

    The Kawangware BAWA Self Help Group was phased out in 2016 and were awarded the “BAWA wings Read More