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Addressing the HIV Situation in a Post-Earthquake Haiti

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This post is by the Global Center’s Rabita Aziz. Photos and video by David Bryden. A panel consisting of Haitian HIV advocates spoke today about the situation of HIV patients in a post-earthquake Haiti at a Senate briefing called “Report from the Frontlines: Living with HIV/AIDS in Haiti Post-Earthquake.”  The briefing was sponsored by Senator […]

Haphazard Relief Efforts in Haiti Creating New Risks for AIDS Prevention and Treatment

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Where is the plan for Haitians living with AIDS? That was the question posted last week by a Haitan protest delegation, which convened at the United Nations to demand attention to their plight. “The protesters said that uncoordinated relief efforts are leaving Haitians vulnerable to AIDS and endangering Haitians living with the disease,” reports Housing Works’ […]

Haitians with HIV Face New Challenges in Accessing Care

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Coping with HIV/AIDS in Haiti is difficult enough in normal times. But post-earthquake, getting access to care and life-saving drugs has suddenly become much harder. In response, Housing Works and other HIV groups have launched a new effort to help people with HIV/AIDS in Haiti. “We have formed a coalition with Aid for AIDS, Diaspora, […]