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Defying Holy Orders: Afghanistan’s LGBT Community
January 30, 2017
Defying Holy Orders: Afghanistan’s LGBT Community
Kabul’s underground LGBT network faces daily discrimination, intimidation, and abuse, including from authorities.
Defying Holy Orders: Afghanistan’s LGBT Community
New Bill and Amendment in India Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
October 14, 2016
New Bill and Amendment in India Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
The hope is that they set the foundation for weeding out the prevalence of these conditions entirely.
New Bill and Amendment in India Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Will Vietnam Legalize Prostitution?
April 13, 2016
Will Vietnam Legalize Prostitution?
Vietnam debates the issue — unthinkable a decade ago in a country dominated by Confucianism.
Will Vietnam Legalize Prostitution?
Taking China’s Fight Against AIDS Online
January 17, 2016
Taking China’s Fight Against AIDS Online
The HIV/AIDS fight in China is going online, with support from an unlikely ally: the Chinese government.
Taking China’s Fight Against AIDS Online
On World AIDS Day, China Looks at Its ‘Mild Pandemic’
December 02, 2015
On World AIDS Day, China Looks at Its ‘Mild Pandemic’
China has come a long way in the fight against AIDS, but lack of education and cultural stigmas are hindering efforts.
On World AIDS Day, China Looks at Its ‘Mild Pandemic’
HIV: A New Option for At-Risk Communities
October 01, 2015
HIV: A New Option for At-Risk Communities
A new HIV prevention pill expands options for people at higher risk of HIV.
HIV: A New Option for At-Risk Communities
Innovative Program Brings HIV Testing to Cambodian Communities
July 06, 2015
Innovative Program Brings HIV Testing to Cambodian Communities
A community-based HIV testing program is the first of its kind in the region.
Innovative Program Brings HIV Testing to Cambodian Communities
China’s Impressive Performance on HIV/AIDS
June 09, 2015
China’s Impressive Performance on HIV/AIDS
With a unique model of cooperation, the country has achieved a remarkable turnaround in its response to the disease.
China’s Impressive Performance on HIV/AIDS
China's Ongoing Battle Against AIDS
May 07, 2015
China's Ongoing Battle Against AIDS
Despite major progress over the past 20 years, China still struggles to promote AIDS education and awareness.
China's Ongoing Battle Against AIDS
HIV Tragedy Tops 200 in Cambodia
December 30, 2014
HIV Tragedy Tops 200 in Cambodia
One unlicensed doctor appears to have caused a major outbreak of the virus.
HIV Tragedy Tops 200 in Cambodia
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
September 05, 2014
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
Constitutional reform offers the chance of protection and rights to a marginalized segment of society.
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
A Drug-Free World? Try Some 21st Century Remedies
May 15, 2014
A Drug-Free World? Try Some 21st Century Remedies
A new report suggests a strategic sea change is needed to combat Asia’s persistent drug problem.
A Drug-Free World? Try Some 21st Century Remedies
Hunting the Tokay Gecko
April 26, 2014
Hunting the Tokay Gecko
Bogus claims that it can cure HIV/AIDS and cancer have placed the tokay gecko under threat.
Hunting the Tokay Gecko
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