Burundi: new tool promotes human rights of people most at risk of HIV infection

A human right is a freedom of some kind – for example to choose how you live or express yourself – but many people, particularly in Burundi, do not know or understand their rights. ...
April 28, 2016

I wanted to raise my hand: HIV can be manageable in Zimbabwe

When I came to the UK to study, I was told the HIV medication I was on, was not available. It’s quite ironic, considering the comments I’ve heard in the UK about HIV treatment in Zimbabwe. more
April 25, 2016 0 Comments

Disabled cry for inclusion towards ending HIV epidemic

While significant scientific and social research has looked into the causes and effects of HIV on the global population, little attention has been given to the effects and risks of AIDS-related illness on people with disabilities. more
April 22, 2016 Filed under HIV and wider development issues 0 Comments

Hope for people who use drugs in Kenya

It was Saalim’s fortieth day as a city street thief, and he stole because he needed the cash to buy his daily dose of heroin. The day ended with a close brush with death. more
April 20, 2016 Filed under HIV and wider development issues 0 Comments