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BONELA keeps its members updated about and involved in human rights, ethical and legal issues surrounding the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Botswana. Its growing number of members hail from many backgrounds, including the legal and academic communities, community-based organisations, public and private sector, people living with HIV/AIDS and other concerned individuals.

Members receive BONELA publications and materials and an invitation to the Annual General Meeting, at which the Board is elected every two years. A one-year membership costs BWP100. If you are interested in becoming a member, please apply by downloading a copy of the membership form. Completed forms may be faxed (+267) 393-1517 or sent to:

The Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS
P.O. Box 402958
Gaborone, Botswana

Payment in full is required before your application will be processed. This may be made either in person or by post. If you have any other questions, please contact us!

Like all organizations, BONELA would not be succesful without the support and donations of people like you. When you make a donation, you may mark what area--e.g. children's rights, LGBTI rights, women's rights and/or sex workers' rights--you would like your funds to go to. BONELA will use your donation for that cause. Every donation counts and is duly appreciated!



As a sustainability strategy, BONELA achieves most of its planned activities through the engagement of interns and volunteers from various technical partnership organizations. BONELA engages both resident and qualifying non-resident interns, Currently, BONELA obtains interns through the Botswana government internship programme through the Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs (MLHA), World University Services of Canada (WUSC), AIESEC Botswana, the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), and the Botswana-UPenn Partnership.

BONELA would not be as successful as it is without the help of our core staff, interns and volunteers. BONELA boasts of a diverse staff compliment, both academically and culturally, and it is through this diversity that BONELA is a holistic and formidable organization in content and efficiency. BONELA adheres to the Botswana Employment Act and its internal organizational workplace policy and conditions of service to hire its staff.

BONELA receives countless requests from individuals who would like to assist on a voluntary basis. Because of the size and resources of the organisation, we can only accept a limited number of in-office volunteers to make specific contributions to a current project or programme. Should you be interested in volunteering with BONELA, please send us your CV and cover letter, indicating which BONELA programme area or project you believe your skills would augment. You will be contacted should a position/project matching your skills and experience become available.

The Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS is grateful to the following organizations, who have supported and worked with us to achieve our vision on projects of all sizes both within Botswana and the Southern African region. We thank them for their support and belief in our capabiltiies. Below is a list of donors and partners BONELA is fortunate enough to work with:

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