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Ettie was told by doctors she would never walk again after contracting spinal tuberculosis, but with Red Cross help, she has managed to regain her strength.
We're helping educate students, the military, and other high-risk groups about HIV.
18 Mar 2014
A Red Cross programme for people living with HIV and TB in South Africa is set to receive a £100,000 funding boost from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
We support HIV prevention and treatment in Lesotho, which has one of the highest HIV infection rates among adults in the world.
Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world and was devastated by a civil war. Read how the Red Cross is working to improve community-based health care.
Having overcome TB once already, Matebello was again diagnosed with the disease. The Red Cross is by her side and is helping her complete her treatment.
South Africa has more than five million people living with HIV. We’ve worked there since 1999 on prevention and treatment.
Beauty was in denial about her diagnosis for TB and HIV, but our South African volunteers helped her get treatment.
She may be living with HIV, but Boniswe Petronella Maphanga, 30, has a radiant smile, a gentle sing-song voice and a joyful attitude to life.
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