Paul's Story

For over 10 years, Paul spent his life earning money in Mumbai near the red light district. Over time, he became too ill to work. His friend took him to the doctor and he found that he is HIV positive. Not much information about HIV was given to Paul, but according to the doctor, he could live if he took medicine for his whole life.

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Replacing Myths with Truths

“But my blood is clean! It’s red, not black like my husband’s must be,” the woman blurted out, hours after finding out that she too was HIV positive.

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Making History in Myanmar

"This is, as far as I know, the first time in the history of Myanmar that a local church has paid for a workshop conducted by foreigners", said Pastor Go Chin.

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A Channel of Hope in the Philippines

It’s estimated that over 200 people a month are diagnosed with HIV in the Philippines. AIDSLink International decided to do something about it.

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Journey of Hope

In 1995, John, then aged 28, left his country in South East Asia to get a better job. After one year, he had to apply for a new work permit. Besides all the other paper work, he had to take an HIV test. He was speechless when the doctor told him that his test was positive.

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