One child’s story of living with HIV in a South Sudan camp

Puack, 4, is living with HIV. His stepmother Martha faces an uphill struggle to look after his health in the camp for displaced people where they live in Juba, South Sudan. ...
September 1, 2014

How HIV stigma silences people living with HIV in Barbados

Despite its small size and sense of community, stigma and discrimination is a major problem for people living with HIV in Barbados. Getting people to speak out is a struggle. more
August 28, 2014 Filed under HIV and human rights 0 Comments

Human rights must be central to HIV prevention efforts

Gautam gives a personal account of attending this year’s International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, where he puts HIV and human rights high on the agenda for the new post 2015 development goals. more
August 27, 2014 Filed under HIV and human rights 1 Comments

Malawi and Brazil HIV project in limbo for three years

A one-year project with a budget of US$100,000-200,000, to build cooperation between the Brazilian and Malawian governments in their responses to HIV, has not got off the ground for three years. more
August 26, 2014 Filed under HIV and the key players 0 Comments