HIV prevention and treatment
HIV remains one of the world's most significant public health challenges, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.
From condom access to community sensitisation, Key Correspondents document the reality of HIV prevention and treatment in their communities. Key Correspondents will also report stories such as why HIV testing and prevention initiatives are working or failing and whether people in their community are able to access HIV counselling, testing and treatment.
Since the first case was reported at Kamuzu Central Hospital in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe in 1985, HIV prevalence is declining and stabilising. more
Thanks to Benjamin, who was born with HIV, his mother and father have learned to live positively. Benjamin now has a new baby sister who was born free of HIV. more
Musicians and soccer stars are among a group of Zimbabwean celebrities who have undergone male circumcision as a symbolic and practical act to fight HIV. more
The goal to reach zero new infections in Cambodia by 2020 will not be possible without new innovative approaches to provide people living with HIV with antiretroviral therapy. more
At least 150,000 people in South Sudan are living with HIV. Despite this, some sex workers are having unprotected sex. more
The YMCA has brought HIV services closer to young people in Western Equatoria, South Sudan. more
Ugandan men who are living with HIV but are not open about their status are stealing antiretroviral medication from their wives who get the drugs from health facilities. more
Ugandan government efforts to reduce the spread of HIV, through male circumcision are being hindered by the misconceptions of Christians who think it is aimed at converting them to Islam. more