Our programme is a core part of our operations and our goal of helping women to fight the effects of HIV/AIDS by tackling poverty, which is a key driver of HIV/AIDS in Malawi and most parts of the world.
Mai Aisha Sisters and Youth AIDS Programme (MASYAP) was established in 2008 with the aim of civic-educating Muslim women and youths on the prevention of HIV/AIDS and providing care to those infected by the virus.
MASYAP is led by a strong and multi-faith female team, committed to helping women and girls in Malawi fight HIV/AIDS and its wide-reaching effects. They do this by delivering programmes to improve health, reduce poverty and advocate self-worth and aspiration.
Since the launch of MASYAP, our work has made a difference to the lives of hundreds of women like the ones whose stories are displayed on this page. Shaneel (11), Suzen (13), Ibrahima(13), Amina (17), Aisha (18) and Yahaya
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