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The Naz Foundation The Naz Foundation: HIV/AIDS Advocacy and Care Princeton in Asia - New Delhi, India Dora Huang
New Delhi, India The city itself Living in the extremes Everyday influences Wealth v. Poverty Modernity v. History Respect for tradition Influences of culture Stigma associated with HIV/AIDS, discrimination A spicy meal in five minutes or less. Rajasthan, India.
The Naz Foundation (India) Trust Mission: “committed to raising awareness to prevent the spread of HIV and providing support to those living with the virus and those affected by it” Programs MSM, Milan Project Peer Education Goal AIF: Train others Care Home Advocacy Naz Care Home Kids playing cricket around 14 th century tombs. Hauz Khas, New Delhi, India.
Internship Office work Sponsorships, Give India Publications: Newsletters, Care Home Manuals Annual, Monthly reports Mapping Pathways Care Home Celebrations, events Admitting new children Mehndi (Henna) for Raksha Bandhan in August. Naz Care Home, New Delhi, India.
Experience Media, communications NGOs: financial, legal HIV/AIDS, children Influences; Delhi Community Cultural perspectives Political scene Birthday celebration at the Care Home. Naz Care Home, New Delhi.
Outlook As an organization Expansion: self, other care homes in India Outreach and education: spreading awareness Man sweeping out water canal. Safdarjung’s Tomb, New Delhi, India. Personal Field of study Development of interests
Acknowledgements Naz India Anjali Gopalan Anuradha Mukherjee Sareeta Shah Princeton in Asia Princeton Environmental Institute After a thunderstorm, on camel safari in the Thar Desert. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India.