HIV positive refugees support one another in Uganda
Refugees from South Sudan find mutual support and life-saving health care at Imvepi refugee settlement.
UNHCR and Global Fund to expand health services to refugees
Ukrainian couple living with HIV beat the odds to build stable family life
Forced to flee their home in Luhansk, Gesha and Anna Gvozd have overcome health worries and created a happy environment for their three sons in Kiev.
World AIDS Day: UNHCR stresses need to close the gap in HIV treatment
Expanding conflicts and growing forced displacement risk placing greater numbers of people beyond the reach of HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services.
HIV/AIDS: Conflict in Central African Republic disrupts treatment
But one refugee from South Sudan, has access to vital free medicine thanks to a church organization in Bangui. She was infected by her late husband.
Call for UNHCR staff to join goal of ending HIV/AIDS-related discrimination
High Commissioner António Guterres says stigma and discrimination continue to be a major barrier for people trying to access HIV prevention and treatment.
Nairobi workshop creates hope for HIV patients in emergencies
East African experts trade experiences and find ways to make sure people living with HIV are not ignored when next drought or flood hits.
World AIDS Day: Love helps Colombian couple overcome discrimination
When Ana was diagnosed as HIV-positive, she expected sympathy and help from the local community. Instead, she was hounded out of her village.
World AIDS Day: Refugees in Brazil use drama to catch the conscience
Refugees from a deprived area of Rio de Janeiro are using drama and comedy to open a debate on difficult social subjects such as HIV/AIDS.