Here’s the deal: One in five new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are among cis women. Women of African descent make up about 64% of these new diagnoses while only accounting for 13% of the U.S. female population. Can PrEP prevent HIV among all women? Can PrEP reduce the grave racial/ethnic disparities seen in rates of HIV acquisition among Black women?
Last month, San Francisco-based Aldea Home + Baby opened its Valencia Street doors for a special Mother’s Day fundraiser. Aldea owner Johanna Bialkin collaborated with Oeuf to donate a portion of sales to HIVE.
Jay MacGillivray and Mark Yudin’s talk, “Trauma-Aware Reproductive Care for Women Living with HIV & Those at Risk” explored how prenatal care is impacted by trauma; including insecure or unsafe housing, immigration status, gender-based violence, problematic substance use, severe mental illness and exploited sex work.
HIVE was thrilled to attend WORLD and AHF’s International Women’s Day event, Rise Above HIV as a community partner on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017. The event was an evening of intimate conversations and music featuring Raheem DeVaughn and Goapale.
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation has been awarded a grant for $10,000 from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in partnership with Macy’s. The grant will support the expansion of HIVE’s PRO Men (Positive Reproductive Outcomes for HIV+ Men) program.