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May 17 2012, 0 Comments

Two HIV positive Trinidadian women share what it took for their babies to be born HIV free.

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January 30 2014, 0 Comments

Rihanna, M∙A∙C’s new VIVA GLAM spokesperson, recently launched her new VIVA GLAM collection. Sales proceeds will benefit organizations like UNAIDS to support men, women and children affected by HIV globally.

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February 17 2012, 0 Comments

Men slow their cars to lob insults at sex workers. Or to pick them up. There are nooks for the overt expression of "alternative sexualities" and others for those on the down-low.

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February 1 2014, 0 Comments

At 25, Rihanna belongs to a generation that has never experienced life in the Caribbean without HIV. Notwithstanding this, levels of risk-taking behaviour among young people are high.
 

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May 28 2014, 0 Comments

Countries pledge to increase to 90% the proportion of people who know they have HIV, the proportion on antiretroviral treatment, and the proportion with suppressed viral load

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February 1 2014, 0 Comments

In order to address the value and vulnerability of young people, we must clearly understand their realities. The UNAIDS Caribbean Youth Data Sheets show how a range of social, economic, sexual and reproductive issues intersect.
 

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May 28 2014, 0 Comments

Countries pledge to increase to 90% the proportion of people who know they have HIV, the proportion on antiretroviral treatment, and the proportion with suppressed viral load

HIV in the Caribbean: science, rights and justice

May 28 2014, 0 Comments

At the end of 2012, UNAIDS estimated that there were 260,000 people living with HIV in the region.  In many countries, approximately one in three new cases is among men who have sex with men. How do we deal with this as we work to end the epidemic in the Caribbean?