News & Stories

  • Feature Stories
    Fighting HIV in India during COVID-19
    09 July 2020
    Nisha Shaik fills her bag with a supply of medicines, dons her light-blue face mask and sets off into the winding alleyways of a Mumbai slum. COVID-19 cases are soaring in India, and the country is under a strict lockdown. But despite the pandemic, N...
  • Blog
    Lifeline During Lockdown: Delivering Medicines During COVID-19
    06 July 2020
    COVID-19 lockdowns are having a catastrophic impact on key and vulnerable populations. Restrictive measures are preventing some communities from accessing and affording enough food or medicine, causing disruptions to lifesaving treatments. When patie...
  • Feature Stories
    The Fight Continues Against HIV, TB and Malaria
    18 June 2020
    Health workers, leaders and advocates speak about their fight against AIDS, TB and malaria in a time of COVID-19.
  • Blog
    In Kenya, A Chance to See Communities Confront COVID-19
    10 June 2020
    It feels like a year ago now. But it was on 19 March, when I left for my hometown of Nairobi from Geneva, where I live and work. I landed in Nairobi on the morning of 20 March, a week after Kenya had confirmed its first case of the coronavirus and a ...
  • Blog
    Sex Workers in Africa Are More Vulnerable During COVID-19
    04 June 2020
    Sex workers in Africa are among the communities suffering the most due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as lockdowns and police crackdowns leave millions without income. Sex workers have always been vulnerable to violence and infectious diseases such as HI...
  • Blog
    COVID-19 Threatens to Derail Fight Against HIV, TB and Malaria
    27 May 2020
    As COVID-19 ravages the world, the fight against HIV, TB and malaria is acutely at risk. That fight is not merely at risk of getting knocked off course – it can be derailed entirely.