The Gender Equality Campaign is inspired by the understanding that HIV infections are driven by gender inequality.
Mark Ravenhill - celebrated playwright, actor and director, and
Giles Fraser - priest-in-charge at St Mary's Newington, former canon chancellor of St Paul's, writer, and columnist for The Guardian will be running the Virgin London Marathon for TfaC to support the Old Fadama project in Accra. Support them on JustGiving.
Donate: Over the next five years, we want to reach 7,200 teachers and 72,000 young people in Malawi. How your donation will make a difference.
For the majority of Malawians, HIV treatment is not an option - HIV prevention is vitally important.
We empower young people to protect themselves from HIV and advocate for their gender and human rights.
In the last five years we have:
- Trained over 5,000 teachers in Malawi, Ghana, Togo, and Burkina Faso
- Positively impacted on the lives of 20,500 children, giving them key communication skills in assertiveness and negotiation
- Worked with high-risk and typically excluded groups such as sex workers and fishing communities.