Offer: SERES: Portuguese association for women with HIV/AIDS
SERES para uma convivencia mais integrada como VIH para o bem-estar de todas as pessoas, sobretudo as mulheres seropositivas e afectadas pelo VIH.
SERES is a Portuguese association, founded in 2005, which aims includes projects to promote an integrated living with HIV and the prevention (primary and positive) in a gender perspective. In order to fill a gap and a political oblivion in the approach to prevention and personalized treatment of HIV of women living with HIV, Seres created this website available at www.seres.org.pt. The site was launched last year to a portuguese spoken population in the world and is divided into seven informative areas: 'Activities', 'HIV', 'Treatment', 'Prevention', 'Related disorders', 'Living with HIV' and 'Our Voice'.
Among the notable features of the site, the collaboration of women with HIV and affected by HIV in the edition for some content, which, according to Seres allows a better understanding and reflection of the problem, especially when it comes to daily issues from who live and cope with the disease.