HIV and care
Key Correspondents report issues relating to how the care of people living with HIV and AIDS affects individuals, families and communities.
Stories about the challenges, successes and short comings around community and home-based care are also documented as are people’s ability to access essential health services.
Officials in Uganda’s National Medical Stores are in a panic after security organizations started investigating the disappearance of HIV testing kits. more
A visit to a number of Uganda’s public hospitals will reveal shocking sanitation and hygiene facilities, which are putting people’s health at risk. more
Uganda requires new strategies if the country is to change the course of HIV transmission according to an official from the Ministry of Health. more
In Uganda health facilities are facing an ongoing crisis with a shortage of supplies which are putting unborn babies at risk of HIV and other infections. more
In Zambia, new bottlenecks and increasing costs are impeding smooth delivery of services in private sector HIV treatment clinics and putting lives at risk. more
A mother of two children, Hem Sreylyn was diagnosed with HIV at the age of 26 after she gave birth to her last child. more
Volunteer hospital network Hospinet is setting up radio stations for patients to discuss issues such as HIV and sexual health. more
A 20 year-old model is urging people to unite to change society following a donation of K2 million (USD 500) worth of food to mothers and children living with HIV in Zambia. more