Just Stash is a young woman very passionate about HIV and sexual and reproductive health. She has had the privilege to be involved and empowered to address issues that concerns health and HIV among young people. Sometime 2016, she and her friends came together and started a blog where they addressed issues they felt affected their peers and were not being addressed by anyone. She is an advocacy champion to ending stigma among people living with HIV.
February 2018, Available online here
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