My turning point as an HIV activist: the death of my brother

When I was 15, in the vacation during my O-levels, I watched my elder brother die due to AIDS-related infections. This was a turning point for my life. ...
October 28, 2014

Ugandan activists fear ‘nonsensical’ HIV law increases infection of children

HIV activists fear Uganda’s HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Act is having the opposite effect and causing people to shy away from seeking treatment. more
October 23, 2014 Filed under HIV prevention and treatment 0 Comments

Uganda fails to keep up with demand for HIV drugs

Despite a remarkable increase in access to HIV treatment over the last decade, the number of people in need of antiretroviral drugs in Uganda continues to outpace the response. more
October 20, 2014 Filed under HIV prevention and treatment 0 Comments

Scovia’s story: HIV stigma in rural South Sudan

Scovia, aged 22, who lives with her grandparents in the rural area of Kajokeji County in South Sudan, recently tested positive for HIV. more
October 16, 2014 Filed under HIV and human rights 1 Comments