HIV and wider development issues
From weak transport networks to food shortages, a country’s wider context has a huge part to play in how individuals and communities are able to respond to HIV.
Key Correspondents document the links between HIV and wider development as a way to advocate for the economic, social and cultural empowerment of those most at risk of and living with HIV.
The United Nations and the European Union have signed a 44 million Euro agreement aimed at accelerating progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Zambia.
Over 18,000 thousand families in Nyanza region have been provided with clean water. Access to clean safe drinking water has contributed to a decline in opportunistic diseases among people living with HIV in the Nyanza region, Kenya. This follows the … more
Kenya has made the first notable step to deal with illegal trafficking of ARVs by recently launching digital drug surveillance technology in Nairobi. The Pharmacovigilance Electronic Reporting System (PV-ERS) is a suite of software applications with a web portal, which … more
Sopheap (given name) is a 42 year-old HIV positive women currently living in Sonikum district in the province of Siem Reap, Cambodia. She has been struggling alone to provide for her family since her husband left the family home shortly … more
Today is International Women’s Day and various events are taking place all over the world. In Zambia, women, men, children and youth are commemorating the day under the national theme of ‘The gender agenda: gaining momentum’. more
Zimbabwe’s humanitarian situation is reported to be improving, resulting in the United Nation’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs appealing for approximately half of the resources originally requested in 2012. more
In Apedi Adek village, in Oyam district, northern Uganda a centenarian great grandmother lives on. Williams Moi tells her story. more
ln a bid to move with global developments Zimbabwe has developed ehealth strategies to enhance service delivery and increasing competitiveness in the health sector. more