Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS (BONELA)

BONELA is a national network of individuals and organisations that promotes a just and inclusive environment that contributes to the quality of life for people affected by HIV and AIDS through advocacy, capacity building and building a network of individuals and organizations. Through its work not only at the national but also at the regional and international level, BONELA has established itself as a recognised authority on issues of HIV and human rights.

For more information on BONELA, please visit their website


is a national NGO that aim to empower the LGBIT community and the society on sexual diversity through awareness raising and building a critical mass to promote tolerance and promote the rights of people who are marginalized and excluded from opportunities and services that can help them achieve self actualization. LEGABIBO ‘s primary target is on LGBIT Community the communities they reside in and stakeholders in the health, education, law enforcement and welfare in Botswana with the focus of raising awareness in the society, through empowering members and sensitising stakeholders on issues of sexual diversity. LEGABIBO have a vision of creating social environment where sexual diversity is appreciated and celebrated. To contact LEGABIBO, please email them at: and

Men for Health and Gender Justice Organisation

Men for Health and Gender Justice exists to mobilise men and boys, men who have sex with men and gay men to advocate for their involvement in lobbying for Sexual Reproductive Health Rights as well as access to health care services by all humans towards achieving gender equality and health equity through a human rights approach. Their vision is a society where men take responsibility for promoting inclusiveness in health and equality for all. Their mission is to lead in advocating for the involvement of men in the promotion of health and gender equality for all. The organisation is committed to promoting inclusiveness and access to health services as well as promoting the rights of the MSM and the community of gay men in Botswana as they are marginalised and excluded from services and opportunities that can help them enjoy life fully. They are currently working towards advocating and lobbying for the inclusiveness of all humans in polices and laws in Botswana, towards achieving zero no infections.

You can contact Men For Health and Gender Justice at or



Title: Founder and Executive Director 

Name: Thatayotlhe Molefe


Telephone: +267 71333292


Plot 1225, Office 9, Hallie Sellasie Street 


Alternative email:

Postal Adress: 

P O BOX 30804 







Rainbow Identity Association 

Rainbow Identity is an association of transgender and intersex persons (transgender women, trans-man as well as gender questioning and non-conforming people). They envision a democratic society that recognises, respects, protects and values the rights of transgender and intersex persons. They align themselves with ARASA because they believe that ARASA is an organisation that amplifies the voices of the voiceless such as transgender and intersex.

Their main activities include advocacy, sports and recreation, provision of legal aid and a focus on health and psycho-social support.

To contact RIA, please write to: or

Contact Details:

Title: Director 

Name:Skipper Mogabi


Telephone: + 267 390 5493


Tlokweng,Khaekholo Zeerust Road





The Pilot Mthambo Centre for Men’s Health aims to create a conducive environment for young men who have sex with men (MSM) in Botswana to access health care services (including access to psychosocial counseling, HIV and STI testing and prevention). The organisations also works to raise awareness and strengthen the capacity of all stakeholders involved in service delivery to increase the number of service providers who are human rights conscious. You can contact the Pilot Mthambo Centre for Men’s Health at: or

Silence Kills Support Group (SKSG) provides a comprehensive package of HIV prevention interventions to key populations using a peer education model. The organisation is the only organization of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Phikwe that reaches out to key populations, such as men who have sex with men (MSM) and female sex workers (FSW), with targeted IEC materials and provides HIV counselling and testing services and TB screening to gay couples and FSW at hotspots and points of sale (or sites). They also provide access to antiretroviral therapy and adherence support to PLWHIV as their core mandate and advocate for the rights of marginalised key population communities. They distribute condom and lubricants to key populations and provide professional counselling and basic legal assistance in collaboration with BONELA.