Early next year, Alive Medical Services is launching a new participatory storytelling project to break down stigma and open up conversation around HIV.
On December 2, 2017, 100 HIV-positive children came to Alive Medical Services for a day of song, dance, celebration and togetherness.
Alive Medical Services celebrated World AIDS Day by holding three outreaches, spreading health messages through radio and television, and building new partnerships to create a library for our youth.
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Henry’s wife passed away 25 years ago, but looking at him now, you’d think it happened yesterday. His body stiffens as he talks about her, pausing every so often to extract himself from the memories passing through his head. “We didn’t know until it was too late,” Henry said. “And after she passed, everything changed.”