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13 March 2019

Countries in Asia offering opioid substitution therapy

Just under half (46%) of the total global population of people who inject drugs live in Asia.

13 March 2019

Global availability of opioid subsitution therapy in the community and in prisons

Despite World Health Organization advice that OST should be prioritised for people who inject drugs, fewer than half of the countries where injecting drug use is evident offered OST in 2018.

23 October 2018

Talking HIV: Stigma

In this episode of Talking HIV, Rob and Tony, from The Sussex Beacon (Brighton, England), talk about their experiences of stigma and how it has changed over the years. 

13 February 2018

New infections in children

Successes in preventing mother-to-child transmission mean that 2 million new HIV infections in children have been prevented since 2000. To reach the UNAIDS targets for 2020 we must reduce annual new infections to 20,000 by 2020.

13 February 2018

Testing rates in infants exposed to HIV

The World Health Organization recommends that infants exposed to HIV during pregnancy are tested within two week of being born. Yet globally rates of early infant diagnosis are low.

12 July 2017

Keep girls in education to reduce risk of HIV

Giving girls better access to education increases their chances of a more stable economic and socially autonomous future, making them less vulnerable to being exposed to HIV.

12 July 2017

Let’s talk about gender violence and why #itsnotokay

An estimated 30% of women experience physical or sexual abuse from their partner and this makes them less likely to negotiate condom use and increases their risk of HIV.

12 July 2017

It’s ok to worry about sex

It’s normal to have concerns about sex, but sexual consent is important you should never feel pressured into having sex that you don’t want to have.

12 July 2017

Testing for women in sub-Saharan Africa

More needs to be done in making HIV services more available and appropriate to the specific needs of women living with or at risk of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.

21 February 2017

Swaziland: Attitudes to HIV and people living with HIV

Stigma associated with HIV and AIDS in Swaziland prevents many people from being tested for HIV or declaring their HIV status.