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A range of materials, ideas and triggers for students focusing on the human response to HIV and AIDS and on the reactions of other people.
29 Nov 2010
Annie Lennox has joined forces with the British Red Cross for World AIDS Day to highlight the lives of people affected by HIV in South Africa.
We supported people affected by conflict in northern Uganda for years. Find out how we helped people survive.
We're helping educate students, the military, and other high-risk groups about HIV.
Our chief executive explains why this project is so unique, the impact it's having and how one donor has pledged to match our members' donations.
We are improving the lives of over half a million people living with HIV or AIDS. Find out how and what are plans are for the future.
How much do you know about HIV? Take our HIV quiz and test your knowledge of HIV.
Whether HIV affects you personally or you’re just looking for information, this list of organisations will point you in the right direction.
In the United Kingdom, our HIV work is focused on education and prevention, predominantly working with young people.
Women in displacement camps in northern Uganda face violence on a daily basis. Find out how the Red Cross has worked to address gender-based violence.
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