The Journey to End HIV and AIDS

My lovely people, how have you been?

I have been visiting Japan and Korea over the past 5 weeks. That is why you haven't heard from me. I would like to share my learning from those two countries. Whether I go on holidays or to conferences in other countries, I am always interested to learn the culture, the history and curious about how the local HIV community is doing and connect with them.

My curiosity is mostly on what or how they are doing to fight HIV stigma. Is there any prevention in places, are migrants being helped or do they seek any help, is there PrEP awareness and is it available to anyone, is 'Undetectable is untransmittable' (U=U) known to the HIV community and public and are healthcare professionals empowering patients with knowledge of U=U? All these questions always come to my mind, and I make sure I search for answers by connecting with locals' organizations and HIV activists. Continue reading...

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