Human Rights Count! is a programme initiated and led by the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) to document HIV-related human rights violations against people living with HIV as a result of their HIV positive status.
n high-prevalence countries of sub-Saharan Africa, the scale-up of HIV treatment appears to have resulted in a lessening of stigmatising attitudes in the general population, according to an analysis published online by the American Journal of Public Health.
Education on sexuality and HIV can help adolescents develop the capacity for healthy, respectful relationships and protect themselves from unwanted and unsafe sex, unintended pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections.
Tanzania’s strategic AIDS plan recognizes the impact of the country’s epidemic on people who inject drugs, as well as on other criminalized populations, including men who have sex with men, and people involved in sex work.