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When It Comes To An AIDS-free Generation, One Size Doesn’t Fit All

On National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by Cynthia Carey-Grant As a woman, I know from personal experience that when it comes to achieving the goal of an AIDS-free generation, the idea of “one size fits all” is false and misleading. And yet, most of the prevailing strategies to end the HIV and AIDS […]


Amit’s Story

By Amit Mohite My positive status is just a part of my identity – I am much more than that.  I was seven when my parents died in a car accident. I lost everything that night – not only my parents but also my school, my friends, my house and everything that constituted my little […]


The Psychological Impact of HIV

By Rosa Tariro Mahlasera When one is tested positive for HIV, one can think that the whole world has ended and that there is no hope for the future, whilst others see it as stepping stone to a better life. It is true that with the correct care and support, living with HIV can be […]