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Mulago Positive Women's Network Announce Their "BONO" Bracelet Fundraiser to Benefit HIV+ Women in Uganda
Date:6/30/2010

ork. She has often been referred to by Bono (U2) as one of the "heroes" of the AIDS pandemic in Africa. In 2002, during a trip to Africa, Bono visited with several members of TASO, including Agnes, and was inspired by her courage in her personal struggle with HIV/AIDS. Agnes would become a main speaker on the "Heart of America" tour with Bono in December 2002 which launched DATA (Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa -- www.data.org). Agnes is also a main spokesperson for ONE, the Campaign to Make Poverty History (www.one.org) where she continues to this day to advocate on behalf of the world's poorest people. Bono continues his activities for Africa through DATA and ONE as well as through RED (www.joinred.com) and EDUN (www.edun.com)

UPCOMING EVENTS

Agnes Nyamayarwo has been invited to return to the USA this October to participate in the "10-10-10 AllHumanity Charity Concert" scheduled for October 10, 2010 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas as one of their "Global Goodwill Ambassadors".

More information on this exciting event will be forthcoming soon. Until then, please visit their website for updates ( http://www.allhumanity.tv/AllHumanity_Events.html ).

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