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Lesotho
MSF handed over all its projects to the government in November 2015.
China
People living with HIV/AIDS in China face difficulties accessing the necessary care.
Malawi
In Malawi, where an estimated 980,000 people are living with HIV, MSF runs projects to support...
Swaziland
This year, MSF focused on reducing HIV transmission and improving access to decentralised care for...

Updates

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Statement
This week, researchers, policy makers, clinicians and activists involved in the HIV response will...
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MSF has begun treatment for hepatitis C with people who are co-infected with hepatitis C and HIV in...
Article
“Now my medicine comes to me”-Yambio´s Test and Treat pilot project improves the lives of people...
Article
For the past few weeks, Zemio has been a ghost town. Almost everybody has left, afraid of more...

Press

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“People are still being diagnosed late... they arrive at hospital in an often fatal condition, or...
Article
Falling short of the Global Fund’s modest pledging target would not only seriously undermine...
Press release
Report
“We have to be able to afford the newer HIV drug combinations that people will need over time, or...
Press release
“We need a massive booster shot for West and Central African if we’re going to get anywhere close...

Photos

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Malawi was heavily affected by the HIV epidemic in the late ’90s and now has one of the most...
Gallery
MSF is working to expand viral load testing in poor countries
Gallery
Article
In the Southeast Asian country hardest hit by AIDS, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is...
Gallery
Article
In October 2002, Magnum photographer Francesco Zizola visited MSF operations in Mozambique where...

Videos

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Patient story
How Viral Load testing helped 47 year old Marita Saka who is HIV positive to adjust and improve her...
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Patient story
After just eight months of a new, lifelong antiretroviral treatment, Patient S gives birth to an...