Written by: Frontline AIDS

Botswana’s LGBT sweet success turned sour by Government’s decision to appeal 18 Jul 2019

While the Government of Botswana has exercised its right to appeal, a decision that Frontline AIDS respects, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) campaigners in Botswana are deeply disappointed by the decision to appeal the High Court’s ruling to decriminalise homosexuality....

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The world must wake up to the HIV prevention crisis 16 Jul 2019

Global HIV prevention efforts have stalled, with the most marginalised people bearing the brunt of the failure to reduce the number of new HIV infections....

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Your 6-step guide to the ECHO Study on contraceptive choice and HIV 14 Jun 2019

This week, the World Health Organization (WHO) responded to the much-anticipated results of the ECHO (Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes) Study examining the links between hormonal contraceptives and HIV acquisition risk. What does it all mean? This guide aims to explain why the ECHO study is important - particularly for women making critical decisions about their sexual and reproductive health....

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Being a woman: a crime in Nigeria? 31 May 2019

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Frontline AIDS joins call for LGBT justice and safety 16 May 2019

We join other civil society organisations in signing UK Alliance for Global Equality open statement for IDAHOBIT 2019, promoting the human rights and equality of LGBT individuals and communities outside the UK....

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Warren Buckingham III appointed new Chair of Frontline AIDS 15 May 2019

Frontline AIDS today announced the appointment of Warren Buckingham III as Chair of its Board of Trustees. Mr Buckingham brings 40 years of leadership experience in global public health to Frontline AIDS’ work with marginalised people in the pursuit of a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere....

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Our lives, our voices 26 Apr 2019

These photos tell stories of the lives of people who use drugs in Myanmar, Nigeria and Uganda. They were created through a collaboration between Frontline AIDS and PhotoVoice, working with communities of people who use drugs, LGBT people, and adolescent girls and young women in the three countries, within the Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH) programme....

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Frontline AIDS joins new consortium promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights 09 Apr 2019

Frontline AIDS welcomes yesterday's announcement by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) that a consortium led by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), in which we are a partner, has been selected within the UK Aid Connect programme under the theme of promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)....

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Frontline AIDS partners commit to greater action to end AIDS 28 Mar 2019

Frontline AIDS partners have renewed their commitment to working together for a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere....

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