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When Batyrkhan found out he was living with HIV, his family stood by him. But his employer and even hospital doctors reacted very differently.
Constantin Dukhanin faced fear and discrimination to turn his life around. Now he hopes to have a family and enjoy a brighter future.
Alexandra Li was 18 when she found out she was living with HIV.
Discrimination against people living with HIV left Angela unemployed. But she has found help, warmth and advice thanks to the Red Crescent.
Condensed milk. Bags of rice. Sugar. Could a simple pile of groceries really save someone’s life?
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.
We're helping people in Kazkahstan where TB and HIV are major health problems killing many people every year.
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.
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