• Centre Espérance Loyola, Lomé, Togo (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

  • Mirror of Hope, Kibera, Kenya (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

  • CVX, Kigali, Rwanda (Darrin Zammit Lupi/AJAN)

Latest News

  • Burundi: What is the most important thing?

    The Service Yezu Mwiza (SYM) came as an offshoot of a former AIDS project of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Burundi. Now, as a project of the Jesuit Region of Rwanda-Burundi, we are celebrating 10 years of service, accompaniment and life in the midst of people living with HIV... Read more

  • From death to life

    My name is Peter. I am an alumnus of this university. I have been living with HIV for the last 17 years and I am still going strong... Read more

  • All you need is love

    I am Rodah, I got to know AJAN 10 years ago. I met AJAN at a time when I needed help and when my family and the community, where I was living, had already neglected and rejected me. Read more... 

  • The war isn't over yet

    The war against AIDS hasn’t been won yet. Much has been done, but there still more to do, and it ought to be done in a better way, possibly the best. This call to sustained action to fight AIDS emerged during an assembly of several days that was held in Nairobi by AJAN... Read more

  • We'll be the last to quit the scene

    “What are you going to Kenya to do? To discuss with people there about the lack of resources to support people living with HIV, like me? Tell them this: if I am alive today, it is because I was lucky to be brought from a distant village to this town, and to get help from you... Read more

About AJAN

Jesuits across sub-Saharan Africa reach out daily to people affected by AIDS and seek to prevent the spread of HIV. The African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) coordinates their efforts, inspired by the vision: Empowered individuals, families, and communities working towards an HIV and AIDS free society and fullness of life (cfr John 10:10)