All about ICW Asia Pacific: who we are, what we do and how we work.
ICWAP is the regional voice of women living with HIV and joins other regional ICW chapters in making up the global network of women living with HIV.
Established in 1992 by women living with HIV in response to the consistent silencing and marginalizing of the concerns of women living with HIV.
Today, over 20 years later, ICW continues to be the only network run by and for women living with HIV. We work in 120 countries, through 10 regional networks.
The way forward.
How we see the future and what we undertake to do about getting there.
Regardless of culture, age, religion, sexuality, disability, social or economic status, class or race, all members are at the core of our policies.
As long we continue to be marginalized, ICW will remain at the forefront of the struggle for the rights of all women and living with HIV.
We strive for global awareness and policy reform and remain responsive to pressing issues rising from the grassroots.
Our global Strategic Plan: Goals and Objective.
We are a network of individual women living with HIV, but we have a shared, collective agenda and work collaboratively at the local, national, regional and global levels.