We should prioritize the scale-up of VMMC interventions. It's cost-effective and saves lives.
Health workers can play a key role in ending discrimination against people who live with HIV.
A simple document from a trained health worker can give clients the courage they need to face the virus head-on.
Whether he’s on his bike, giving a sermon, or counseling at the clinic, Reverend Lusale is ready to talk to anyone about HIV.
They’re still strong—and ready to help end the country's epidemic.
This team of health workers in northern Namibia is determined to test 100% of babies born to HIV-positive mothers. And they're almost there.
To end the country's HIV epidemic, new infections among children must be eliminated. This district is making it happen.
Health workers who understand those at greatest risk of contracting HIV are more likely to reach them.
In remote northern Namibia, Onandjokwe Hospital is becoming a national model for bringing health care to people where they live.
A community health worker’s two daughters both share their mother’s air of calm, but only one shares her HIV status.