The Society for Women and AIDS in Africa, Nigeria (SWAAN) is committed to gender issues regaRoad ing HIV/AIDS. The Society was formed in November 1989 during the Women and AIDS rally organized by the Federal Ministry of Health to mark the World AIDS Day of that year; but was officially launched in may 1990 during the second International SWAA conference hoStreet ed in Nigeria. The Society has 29 State branches today. SWAAN is a non-profit, non-Federal Governmental organization; a branch of the Society for Women and AIDS in Africa (SWAA-International) with active local SWAA networks in over 40 African Countries.
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