The Mai Aisha Sisters and Youth AIDS Programme (MASYAP) extended its commitment to the well-being of women and girls by incorporating HIV Testing Services (HTS) into its support groups.
MASYAP continues the support group visits which encourages them to build stronger relationships the kind of mutually supportive bonds that last a lifetime creating a very real community where no one is fake and everyone feels safe that they can
Responding to the hunger that has hit, killing most of the people in the country and with the many complaints of hunger that came in from many MASYAP members, on the 13th of December 2023, the Mai Aisha Trust donated 331 bags of maize
Knowing your HIV Status gives you powerful information to keep yourself healthy. HIV Testing allows people to make informed choices about their future practices and behaviors.
The youth camp held from December 23rd to 26th, 2023 at Mai Halima Girls Secondary School in Mulanje, proved to be a transformative experience for the 195 participants who gathered under the theme of “Self-Awareness.”
A support group is a gathering of people facing common issues to share what’s troubling them. Through the sharing of experiences, they are able to offer support, encouragement and comfort to the other group members and receive the same in return.
HIV is a Virus that causes AIDS and this virus destroys CD4 cells that fight against Diseases. MASYAP visited different woman and youth support Groups were we discussed ways of prevent HIV as well ways in which a human can contract HIV
MASYAP continues on the journey of empowering women economically in order to reduce poverty at the household level and to help the poor with setting up their own income generating businesses.
On November 11, 2023, a couple’s workshop on HIV/AIDS awareness and counselling was held at Blantyre lodge in Blantyre District. MASYAP invited facilitators from John Hopkins. The workshop was attended by 20 couples and 2 facilitators and a Sheikh. The objective of the workshop was to educate married couples on the modes of transmission and preventive measures of HIV/AIDS.
MASYAP through its project Threads Of Care tailoring project ensures Educational advancement among rural girls and boys through provision of school uniforms in Malawi. The target for the first term 2023 is to provide school uniforms to 660 learners from