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After overcoming TB, former convict and drug addict Alexander is now a Kazakh Red Crescent volunteer helping sufferers of HIV and TB.
Aliona, 26, contracted HIV from her partner, and suffered from TB as a result. We've given her social, psychological and legal help.
After contracting HIV and TB, Rosa received support from us. Now she works with us to help people going through the same thing she did.
We've taught first aid to Sarah and others in her community and they're already seeing the difference it makes to people's injuries.
We helped Younger, 42, learn how to protect herself and her seven children from diseases like malaria and diarrhoea.
Constantine works in his free time as a volunteer for the Turkmenistan Red Crescent, talking to teenagers about HIV and drug safety issues.
Communications delegate travelled to Central Asia, where the spread of HIV is a huge challenge in the post-Soviet Union transition.
Chinese college students Ave and Colin are peer educators, helping other young people get the facts about HIV – a taboo topic in China.
Cong, 30, and Xiao, 25, set up their own support group in China for men who have sex with men to raise awareness of HIV.
We run HIV homecare programmes around the world, supporting families affected by HIV, with basic care, counselling or even household chores.
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