Mercy Shibemba
Activist and Advocate for children and young people living with HIV
Mercy Shibemba is an award-winning activist for children, young people and women living with HIV. Using her story of growing up with HIV to educate, challenge and inspire Mercy works on youth engagement and participation across paediatric clinical trials and research. She’s passionate about ensuring that the voices of young people are centered.    Mercy is co-leading the development of a fund enabling Black children and young people to reach their full potential. She is also a public speaker and consultant, working with organisations that want to embed community-led practice and capacity building within their work.
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