In countries suffering from natural disaster or conflict, people living with or at risk of HIV often get overlooked in aid responses.
A project in Western Kenya is giving gay men the support and services they need.
TB is the leading killer of people with HIV globally, and this man’s story shows the importance of diagnosing, treating and curing TB.
Eighteen people from developing countries visited Brighton football stadium in a project to combine football with HIV prevention work.
Female sex workers are getting their voices heard to change policies and defend their rights. Organisations of sex workers have united.
Fishermen inject heroin to cope with the harsh reality of life at sea; clean needles, counseling and condoms are reducing HIV infections.
One of the few projects in India to help women who use drugs, is making a big difference with a drop-in centre, health care and counselling
A successful prison re-release programme in Indonesia added one-to-one counseling as a result of exchanges with the Malaysian AIDS Council.
Nazrul attends a support group where he can talk candidly, get free condoms and even receive training to help him earn a living.
Every Saturday afternoon, a two hour programme in Bangla is entirely devoted to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Ana and Fatima are two women who find their local drop-in centre invaluable. They can get condoms, counseling, meals, and somewhere to stay
Dancing is important for these young men, including transgender men, who meet up regularly to talk about sex, HIV and human rights.