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Diagnosed with TB and HIV, and estranged from his wife and daughter, Dmitry had no desire to live. Today, he has a different story.
Sergei was so worried about the stigma of living with TB he thought he’d lose his job, but with our support he’s no longer afraid.
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.
The KZN project offers a great community investment opportunity for companies who want to make a real difference to people's lives.
Aids is one of the leading causes of death for people aged 25-44 in the Caribbean. Read about how we help by delivering HIV education.
Now the war's over in Sierra Leone, disease is the biggest threat – we're helping communities prevent and treat illness and injury.
We are working in partnership with the Lesotho Red Cross to run a community home-based care HIV programme - find out how you can help.
28 Nov 2011
As World AIDS Day (1 December) approaches, a new survey shows many young people fear their parents would react badly if they told them they were HIV positive.
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.
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