When her father died of AIDS in 2003, Pyae Phu Khaing* was just three years old, and only two years later her mother died of the same disease.
As the world marks International AIDS Day, between 190,000 and 230,000 people in Burma are living with HIV, according to 2014 UN estimates. The figure puts Burma at one of…
A group which supports some among Burma’s 210,000 HIV/AIDs sufferers, says large scale displacement has made it impossible to find the patients.
Aid workers say underage sex work is not only morally reprehensible but also physically harmful.
Doctors are obliged to maintain professional ethnics. The health of our political prisoners is an emergency, and we cannot wait.
Sarako, a 35 year old Mandalay native living with HIV since 2005, has visited over 40 towns to date on his cycle tour across Burma to promote HIV awareness.