An exciting announcement

Tonight’s post is brief, but I wanted to share some news with you.

I’ve been thinking about ways to expand the site and share the stories of HIV positive people with a broader audience. 156 more words


HIV Prevention Drug Appears to Work in First Real-World Test

A drug designed to prevent people who are at risk of HIV from being infected is showing promise: a new real-world study found that those who took the drug stayed HIV-free. 170 more words


Mothers’ Support Group for women with HIV/AIDS

by Karen Preskey Glover (Agaro 2007–09)

I recently felt the great joy of learning that an Ethiopian restaurant had just been opened in my very own Fargo, ND. 608 more words


The Kenyan Pharmaceutical Industry & HIV Management

On Thursday 20th August, I met a team from Lab & Allied at an event organized by the Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE). The panel discussion of three, Mr. 582 more words


Man, 40, rapes 4-yr-old girl to death in Bayelsa

 OFFICIALS of United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, and other stakeholders in the protection of the rights of the child were shocked, yesterday, to hear of the case of a 40-year-old man that raped a four-year-old girl to death in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. 291 more words


International Collection on HIV and AIDS in Theatre and Performance

Since the introduction of new anti-retroviral treatments in the mid-1990s, HIV and AIDS have gradually disappeared from cultural agendas in prosperous and politically stable countries of the Global North. 672 more words



  1. The book begins with an event in Malawi revealing a very violent experience, not unlike the Bruchko story. What sort of picture does this paint for the reader?
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