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Got HIV? Then Sero Project Wants to Hear From You

Got HIV? Then Sero Project Wants to Hear From You


Take this one little survey and you'll help improve their Network Empowerment Project.

The Sero Project  wants your input. The organization is soliciting opinions intended to improve their Network Empowerment Project (NEP) develop tools, build support and strengthen networks for people living with HIV (PLHIV).

The Sero Project is itself a network of people with HIV and allies fighting for freedom from stigma and injustice and working to stop the use of one’s HIV positive status in criminal prosecutions.

The organization’s Network Empowerment Project hopes to re-invigorate the poz self-empowerment movement, reduce HIV-related stigma, improve quality of life and health outcomes by assisting new and established PLHIV networks.

In a statement about the program, Sero notes that it is “especially interested in growing networks among members of key populations living with HIV, such as young gay and bisexual men, transgender women, women of color, sex workers, incarcerated people, and people who use drugs.”

One of the first steps in that effort is taking an inventory of the existing PLHIV networks. So, Sero is calling on those involved with these HIV-positive organizations, networks, advisory boards, groups, caucuses and empowerment networks.

If you are living with HIV and lead a network, advisory board, caucus or other PLHIV-focused group, the Sero Project wants to hear from you. The short survey, is designed to identify existing PLHIV groups and determining what their needs are.

The survey is endorsed by the Positive Women’s Network-USA, the Global Network of People Living with HIV-North America, the International Community of Women with HIV-North America and the U.S. Caucus of PLHIV Organizations.

Complete the survey here

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