Meseret Gezahegn, 41, is a mother of two. She lives in Adama Town, in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia with her two children and her husband. Meseret is HIV positive. “My biggest dream in life is to help my children grow healthy.” Meseret gave birth to her youngest child seven years ago. That is when […]
Resilient and grateful is how Rose, a mother of two in the Arusha region of Tanzania, describes herself. She is also HIV-positive. “I discovered I was positive in 2012 while pregnant with my third child,” she explained. “I was devastated to receive my results. I shared the news with my husband, who didn’t take it […]
JSI staff are committed to providing evidence-based, context-specific services that respond to locally-identified needs. Read along to learn how JSI’s Folami Harris and Hannabah Blue are working to prevent HIV among vulnerable populations in the United States and around the world.
In 2014, an estimated 44,073 people in the United States were diagnosed with HIV. About 1 in 8 people with HIV in the United States does not know that he or she is infected. Gay and bisexual men continue to be hardest hit by the HIV epidemic. Nationally, 1 in 4 Latino gay men are […]
The Positive Spin Campaign uses narrative to explain the importance of navigating the HIV Care Continuum.
Bugiri is a bustling outpost along a highly trafficked trade route that runs east-west, connecting Uganda to neighboring Kenya. Commerce in Bugiri is conducted on the roadway where crowds of vendors compete to sell sodas and snacks to road-weary taxi and truck drivers. Brightly painted storefronts along the highway advertise goods and services, such as […]