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To those Burundians women who try to make a difference in our country and work hard for their families and contribute to Burundi’s economy, I salute you!
I must admit in certain areas in my life I finally realized I was being a people pleaser. I never looked at it like that until I saw how it has affected me.
You don't have to go through having HIV or AIDS alone. Even if you don't have them, create your own extended family.
Despite all of the stigma and misinformation surrounding HIV, I managed to find myself again.
Stigma is deadlier than the disease itself, and the top driver of HIV stigma, in my opinion, is the church.
The talk of ending HIV and AIDS has been going for ages, are we really going to end HIV and AIDS by 2030?
Changing our mindset to use the winter months as literal rest and mental hibernation gives us the emotional and physical strength to emerge as the HIV leaders ... we are in the New Spring.
I started to realize that I wasn't the only person in this situation and that maybe we all lived under very different circumstances, but we all lived in the same situation.
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The reality of us, in the realm of HIV/AIDS funding, is a disconcerting trend has emerged— a quiet exodus of funders who seem to be turning a blind eye to the critical issues faced by trans-led and Latinx groups from funders and projects.