Haoua has been an active volunteer since 1999 and is currently a support and strategy worker at the AIDS Committee of Ottawa (ACO) since 2009, now she is the Manager of Education and Prevention (ACO) She was awarded the Humanitarian Award by the African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO) and is a board member of ACCHO and a member of the International AIDS Society (IAS). She is also involved as a knowledge user in numerous community-based researches and community engagement etc. (eg: on different community advisory boards (e.g HIV+ Afro Canadian women and infant breastfeeding research, HIV+ Women and reproduction health, HIV + heterosexual men and their needs, Afro-Canadian HIV track, HIV-Exposed Uninfected and developmental well-being, Cost effectiveness to screening and treating undiagnosed Hep C and HIV in Ottawa, Black Women living with HIV and Enfant feeding, Post-migration Health and HIV project strategy development. As a person impacted by HIV, she is a fierce human rights advocate and activist. She is certain that if people have fair and equal access to health and social services and other important resources, they can improve their quality of life. She has been, and will continue to be, devoted and dedicated to fighting for prevention, support, care and treatment for ACB (African, Caribbean, Black and other BIPOC), 2SLGBTQ+ and all communities impacted by HIV/AIDS.