New drive to reduce new infection, stigma and discrimination among young adults and youth living with HIV

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New drive to reduce new infection, stigma and discrimination among young adults and youth living with HIV

Rwanda has made a tremendous journey in giving access to healthcare to people living with HIV/AIDS, however HIV positive youth still complain that some services are not geared to them due to self-stigma and discrimination.

Joyce, not her real name due to her personal security was born HIV positive and now is 20-year-old. Since then, she started having ART and is now living a healthy life.

Read more at http://rwandainspirer.com/2019/06/04/new-drive-to-reduce-new-infection-stigma-and-discrimination-among-young-adults-and-youth-living-with-hiv/

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  • Andrew Gasozi Ntwali, Community Support Advisor, UNAIDS January 8, 2020

    Dream Village team, it is amazing what we have learnt at the New year Event today. Thank you for honoring UNAIDS as the guest of honor but also for inviting us to learn from what you do with young people. Indeed, communities can make a difference, if given the space and supported!

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