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(Updated) Vote for Sultan Khetani: Harvard Medical School, 2014 Bright Futures Prize

Imagine how “detecting HIV on a piece of paper” using a hand held device for less than $2 in 30 minutes, can change peoples’ lives around the globe. 227 more words

Ismaili Muslims In The News

Half of HIV+ Gay Men Don't Take Life-Saving Drugs

Since the mid-1990s, powerful anti-HIV drugs have helped turn HIV-AIDS into a chronic condition as opposed to a death sentence. But in the latest report… 359 more words

Uganda has a huge problem with small condoms

The government of Uganda has to deal with a “huge” problem; many of the condoms distributed to their people are too small. Ugandans are issuing urgent calls for larger sizes. 176 more words

News

CariFLAGS and U&S Advocate with CSOs at the UN

As the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) convenes in Geneva CariFLAGS* and United and Strong join civil society organisations from around the world to advocate on behalf of LGBTI** people.  1,078 more words

United And Strong

Jilted man mistakenly kills lover's daughter | By Leonie Wagner | Sep 13, 2014

A JILTED lover will spend 20 years behind bars after a revenge attack that went horribly wrong.

In the stealth of the night on September 13 2010, a 36-year-old Mpumalanga man pointed his gun through the window of his girlfriend’s bedroom, aimed it at the body in the bed and shot twice. 426 more words

Africa

U&S and AHF Delivers Safer Sex for Saint Lucia: Commits to 90-90-90 Goal in HIV Response

United and Strong is better able to help Saint Lucians improve their safe sex practices following a successful engagement at the First Latin American and Caribbean Forum on the Continuum of Care in Mexico City, May 26‐28, 2014. 462 more words

United And Strong

The InDuna & witchdoctors of Bukalo (Part 5)

The InDuna & witchdoctors of Bukalo (Zambezi Region, Namibia)

Written by Berrie Holtzhausen, 21st August 2014

I personally learned the following from our four days in the Zambezi Region: 255 more words

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