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Reaching sex workers with information on HIV is a challenge for anyone, but this is exactly what the Red Cross is doing in China.
Seventeen-year-old Hatyja, a Red Cross volunteer from Turkmenistan, teaches students and adults alike – and even the police – about HIV issues.
As a Turmenistan Red Crescent volunteer, Oleg Kadyrov makes sure to carry leaflets on HIV and drug addiction while he’s out on his day job.
18 Jun 2010
With World Cup frenzy, South Africa is under a global spotlight. But there's a lot more at stake than football fans might think.
Find out about how we train young volunteers so they can tell their friends about how to prevent HIV transmission and reduce stigma.
By training young people in the UK and abroad to educate their peers about HIV, we help prevent the disease's spread and fight ignorance.
A whole host of celebrities have campaigned on HIV issues – but who said what?
After contracting HIV, Liang and his wife Huang find it hard to get work and pay rent due to stigma and discrimination over HIV in China.
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