Enhancing Lives:

Supporting people Living with HIV in South Africa and Middle East.

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About us

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Who we are:

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Our Mission

At Mena Community, we believe in fostering a world where everyone, regardless of their HIV status, can lead a life filled with dignity, support, and opportunities. Our mission is to:

  • Empower Through Knowledge: Provide accurate information and resources to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their health.
  • Build Supportive Communities: Establish safe spaces for individuals to connect, share experiences, and receive the support they need.
  • Advocate for Change: Challenge stigma, influence policies, and advocate for a more inclusive and supportive environment for people living with HIV.

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What Sets Us Apart

  • Holistic Approach: We take a holistic approach to support, addressing not only medical needs but also the social, emotional, and community aspects of living with HIV.
  • Community Engagement: Our work is driven by the involvement and voices of the communities we serve. We believe in collaborative efforts to bring about meaningful change.
  • Transparency and Accountability: Mean Community is committed to transparency in our operations and being accountable to the communities we serve, our donors, and partners.

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How You Can Contribute

Join us in our journey to make a difference. Whether through volunteering, donations, or spreading awareness, your support is vital in achieving our shared goals.

Latest news

Team

Joshua Moon
Scientist
Christina Star
engineer
John Space
iT specialist
Amelia Comett
writer

Blog news

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A few things we’re great at

Support networks for people living with HIV play a crucial role in providing emotional, social, and informational support. Here are a few things that such networks are often great at:

Education and Prevention
Community Building
Advocacy and Empowerment