A 2-minute film we created for our talk at the Bill & Melinda Gates' Grand Challenges Annual Meeting in Dakar, Senegal this October (2023).
What women want in Kenya
A film made with women in Kenya, to understand what they think and want for their health.
What women want in Nigeria
A film made with women in Nigeria, to understand what they think and want for their health.
The Need for Long-Acting HIV Prevention Methods - Trailer
Twelve women living in Kenya and South Africa describe in their own words the cultural and economic barriers that hinder their ability to protect themselves against HIV infection
Through Our Eyes: Learning to Live with HIV
Joyce is a 22-year old Kenyan woman living in Nairobi. Born HIV positive, she was first diagnosed at the age of 17 following several bouts of illness. Today, she enjoys a healthy life thanks to daily antiretroviral treatment. But getting to this point has been a long journey marked by disbelief, frustration, and isolation.
Through Our Eyes: Women’s Perspectives on HIV and Life in South Africa
Six women living in South Africa share their journeys to navigate relationships with men, cultural and gendered norms, pregnancy and child-rearing, and violence against women in the context of HIV risk.
Through Our Eyes: Women’s Perspectives on HIV and Life in Kenya
Six women living in Kenya share their perspectives and journeys to navigate financial dependency, relationships with men, and local health systems in the context of HIV risk.
HIV Prevention and Women’s Social Empowerment
In this short film, women living in Kenya and South Africa describe the cultural and economic barriers to their health and empowerment and how they attempt to address HIV in their communities despite these challenges.
HIV and Men’s Worldviews in Kenya and South Africa
This short film explores how men’s perceptions contribute to women’s HIV risk, making the case for public health engagement with men.