Tagged as: PITCH

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 PITCH programme....

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Recognising sex worker rights in Myanmar: Ma Nwe’s story 24 Sep 2018

By Ma Nwe, a former sex worker who now works as a community advocate for Sex Workers in Myanmar (SWiM)....

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Heroin addiction, sex work and the struggle for healthcare 14 Sep 2018

Annabella, 20, was introduced to drugs as a teenager and became a heroin addict. She wants to quit but is struggling to access friendly health services....

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A powerful protection: using the law to challenge rights violations 11 May 2018

LGBT activists in Kenya are using the law to challenge rights violations – and a landmark ruling is...

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Responding to human rights violations of LGBT people 29 Sep 2017

LGBT and human rights activists trained in using community-based system to monitor and respond to human rights violations of LGBT...

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Making Busia a safer place for adolescent girls 21 Jul 2017

With Busia's teenage pregnancy rate at 30%, CYRSA-Uganda is working to empower women against transactional sex in this border...

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