Daily Archives: July 17, 2014

Disabilities and HIV in Zambia, faith-based opportunities to provide bridges to services, and Malawi steps up . . . We’re reading reports on gaps and how to fill them

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“We Are Also Dying of AIDS” – This report from Human Rights Watch on Barriers to HIV Services and Treatment for Persons with Disabilities in Zambia is dedicated to the late Winstone Zulu, the Zambian activist  who pushed for HIV and TB responses to reach people marginalized by poverty, cultural bias, discriminatory laws, and institutionalized […]

Global HIV response failing young people according to UN report

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While new HIV infections have declined by 44 percent among adults, people aged 15 to 24 have seen no decline in infection rates, despite efforts targeting young people, according to the latest United Nations Development Program’s Millennium Development Goals report. That is one reason, the report indicates, that the world is not on track to […]