May 18, 2024

How are children coping with HIV at school?

(This article was first published in the New Vision on December 7, 2022) The right time to disclose to Josephine Asiimwe (not real name) her HIV-positive status was in 2016, when she turned 10 years old. Asiimwe and her mother had had their blood samples taken for an HIV test months earlier, but the results […]

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HIV Positive Children Need Your Love, Care

I Am HIV Positive And Okay (This article was first published in Toto Magazine on November 16, 2022) By Ritah Mukasa My name is Linda. I am. 13 years old. I sat for my Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) last week. I would love to share my HIV story with you. I was born with HIV. […]

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School Reopening: Test Your Children For HIV

This article was first published in New Vision Newspaper in 2021 Bob Kisiki Let us face it, we cannot say with utmost certainty that we know our children enough to explain where they go and what they do there. No. Before us, they might be the little, innocent angels we want them to be, for […]

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Stigmatised Namutebi Finally Secures Scholarship

(Published on Wednesday, February 9, 2022) By Nelson Kiva In 2019, Ruth Elizabeth Namutebi caught media attention when she wrote to many prominent personalities worldwide, including former US President Barrack Obama, seeking support for her education. Namutebi has a diploma in architecture and since 2016, she has been seeking to upgrade. In 2019, she was […]

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