Explore our collection of Women and HIV resources, toolkits and materials. To review our original resources, select "WHAI Resources" in the filter options.
A summary of WHAI's Progress during 2019-2020.
This report highlights the WHAI Network’s third year of the Coordinated Collective Impact Initiative (CCII).
This toolkit support clinicians and community-based organizations in providing women-centred HIV care.
This resource is for women living with HIV and can be used as a tool to support health self-advocacy and management.
7.10 Stories and WHAI's Women are Changemakers poster.
Button templates for International Overdose Awareness Day available in French and English.
The British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (BCCEWH), Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA), and the Universities of Saskatchewan and South Australia discussion guide exploring gender-based harm reduction strategies.
Women's Health in Women's Hands: The HIV Sero-Status Disclosure Toolkit for organizations, service providers, and peers.
WHAI's Love Positive Women button templates available in 1, 1.5, and 3 inches.
WHAI's poster for International Overdose Awareness Day.
WHAI's toolkit for strengthening the work harm reduction programs do with women who use drugs.
A WHAI resource for service providers to support the inclusion of Trans women in our work.
WHAI's resource on Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for women.
A resource toolkit for service providers who work with mothers living with HIV.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's report on the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure in Canada.
Community insights and artwork from 7.10 Stories and the WHAI Network's 2017-2019 collaborative art project.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's information sheet on the human rights of women living with HIV in prison.
Report on changing the course of the HIV prevention, engagement, and care cascade for current and former prisoners.
Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
National inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
CHABAC's resource on HIV stigma within African, Caribbean, and Black communities.
WHAI's resource on what undetectable = untransmittable means for women.
CATIE's fact sheet on HIV treatment and an undetectable viral load to prevent HIV transmission.
The Teresa Group and CATIE's resource on formula feeding for parents living with HIV.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's resource for parents living with HIV.
CATIE's resource on healthy pregnancies for women living with HIV.
The OHTN's resource for breast and chest feeding.
CATIE's resource on what you need to know about HIV treatment as prevention.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's resource on HIV disclosure and the Canadian criminal law.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network resource on laws regarding HIV disclosure in school and daycare settings.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's resource on laws regarding HIV disclosure, privacy, and parenting.
A guide for women who are living with HIV and who experience or are at risk of experiencing violence from their intimate partner.
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network's report on the links between gender-based violence and HIV for Indigenous women and girls.
The Public Health Agency of Canada's report on the impact of HIV among populations in Canada.
An introductory toolkit for the HIV and social determinants of health for women in Ontario.
The Ontario HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Initiative's report on the Care Cascade.
An overview of HIV and health outcomes driven by the social determinants of health for women in Ontario.
This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the HIV epidemic among people who inject drugs in Canada.
This toolkit provides practical tips, tools and strategies to help community organizations build welcoming spaces.
An implementation guide for the global Love Positive Women project that demonstrates love and care for women living with HIV.
WHAI's resource on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for women.
This resource outlines information about HIV disclosure for service providers.