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This blog first appeared on the Huffington Post Canada .  By Clara Banya In my work, I meet many women who have had difficult times in their lives. As the National Coordinator for the   International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW)   Malawi Chapter, I organize awareness campaigns, support organizations’ HIV work and provide a space for women to talk about their HIV status and reproductive health. I myself was diagnosed with HIV in 2004; but, 13 years later, I find the social stigma I felt then still affects many women in Malawi today. ©GLOBAL FUND ADVOCATES NETWORK Chimwemwe, a 31-year-old woman living in Kaliyeka, one of the poorest neighborhoods … Read more