The Gugu Dlamini Foundation is an initiative of Mandisa Dlamini, the daughter of the late Gugu Dlamini - an AIDS activist who was killed for coming out and share about her HIV status. Her death highlighted the level of stigma in South Africa and the world in general for people living with HIV. In her memory, her daughter, Masndisa Dlamini who also went through a tough time after the death of her mother, decided to honor the memory of her late mother and created the Foundation so to keep fight against HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence.
Providing life skills to children with the focus to the girl child. This project will also look into the well being of a girl child in terms of food, security, shelter and education.
In In preparation to the 21st International AIDS Conference to be held in Durban, South Africa... The Gugu Dlamini Foundation in partnership with
As FHI 360 and the global health community prepare to travel the “Road to Durban” to the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), it
press release Appointment of Inter-Ministerial Committee on the 21st International AIDS Conference President Jacob Zuma has appointed an Inter-
Our work is made possible through the much appreciated donations and support we get from our partners and donors. We are so grateful for your continuous support. Without you our work today would have remained only ideas on papers - just like many out there. We thank you and ask that you will continue supporting our work.