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About MariJo Vazquez

MariJo Vazquez is Spanish and has worked as a translator, proof-reader and editor.  She speaks  Spanish, English, French and Arabic.

After her HIV diagnosis in 1996 , she trained and worked in counselling and group facilitation. She began by working in support group settings, later focusing on local and international training in gender and sexual and reproductive health and rights. She has represented the International Community of Women living with HIV/AIDS (ICW) and HIV positive women at international level, including being a delegate to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board.  During her time as Chair of ICW (2005-2008), her focus was very much on increasing consultation, communications and accountability within ICW and its governing body.

Marijo has worked with Salamander Trust on several consultancies in the past year, including for IPPF, International Civil Society Support and WHO. She has recent experience of working in Latin America, SE Asia and the Middle East/North Africa region.

Articles by MariJo Vazquez

This week’s front page editor

Constitutional conventions: best practice

From Barcelona to Vienna: the delegates who do not know we exist

The city becomes a giant hotel, hundreds of activities happen simultaneously, thousands of people talk HIV, millions of euros are spent - and then, suddenly, everything vanishes again as if the conference had never happened

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