Women who use drugs are at increased risk from HIV and violence, but don’t explicitly feature in official national data.
What does the abolition of India’s homophobic law mean for people living with HIV?
Faced with stigma and violence, Serina now gets health services from providers who treat her and her peers with love and dignity.
We speak to mentor Audrey Nosenga from Zimbabwe Young Positives (ZY+) on the transformative power of peer support.
Ma Nwe is a former sex worker who now works as a community advocate supporting others facing violence and discrimination.
Pandora from the Myanmar MSM network talks about how discrimination against MSM makes it difficult to access health services.
Annabella was introduced to drugs as a teenager and became a heroin addict. She wants to quit but is struggling to access health services.
Justine Balya from the Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum in Uganda provides legal support to people exploited by these laws.
Medina Gift from the Uganda Harm Reduction Network talks about her work and the challenges facing people who use drugs in Uganda.
Three years since Daphine from Uganda shared her story for Love a Positive Life, we speak to her about what has changed since.
Watch the video and find out about Guyana Trans United’s ground-breaking campaign to repeal British colonial ‘buggery laws’.
Catherine Boyane, founder of the Nakuru Drop In Centre in Kenya, on how her experiences of drug use led her to help others.