Press Coverage

Science Magazine: Getting HIV Treatment to the Most People

Press Conferences

Reports

Trading Away Health: How the U.S.’s Intellectual Property Demands for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Threaten Access to Medicines
Speed Up Scale-Up: Strategies, tools and policies to get the best HIV treatment to more people, sooner (Annex)
Embargo: Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Untangling the Web of Antriretroviral Price Reductions
Embargo: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Undetectable: How Viral Load Monitoring Can Improve HIV Treatment in Developing Countries

My Life With HIV Audio Slideshows

  • Carmen & Victorino – Mozambique
    Password: mylife2012, script, images available below
    A love story about a couple who have stuck together – the wife is HIV positive and the husband HIV negative – and are moving on now with their plans together, “She’s a part of me” says Victorino.
  • Ivone – Mozambique (Password: msfiac2012)
    A mother looking after four kids and a husband, in a village in northern Mozambique, under the baking sun – and baking is the way she has chosen to push the family fortunes forward. “Don’t be afraid if you have HIV. We are all brothers and sisters together” she says.
  • Charles – Kibera, Kenya
    Note – Charles will be attending the AIDS conference.

Unpackaged versions: Full images and audio files are available by contacting Alice Klein – alice.klein@geneva.msf.org or +41 22 849 8475

Case Studies

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My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Ivone
Brendan Bannon
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Ivone Columbique is 47 years old and lives with her husband and four children in Tete in Mozambique. She discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in the same year. She makes and sells bread at the local market but dreams of owning a sewing machine to make and sell clothes. She is also a member of a community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Carmen
Brendan Bannon
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Carmen Jose-Panti is 32 years old. She is HIV positive and lives with her husband and two children from a previous marriage in Tete in Mozambique. Carmen discovered she was HIV positive in 2007 and started antiretroviral treatment in 2009. She runs a small business from home selling charcoal, soap, salt and other domestic items. She is also attending night school. Carmen is part of a six-woman community HIV group that is supported by MSF. The members of the group support each other and once a month, they take it in turns to travel to the health centre to collect refills of medicines for themselves and the rest of the group. Brendan Bannon
My Life With HIV: Veena
Bithin Das
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Bithin Das
My Life With HIV: Veena
Bithin Das
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Bithin Das
My Life With HIV: Veena
Subodh Pakhare
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Subodh Pakhare
My Life With HIV: Veena
Bithin Das
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Bithin Das
My Life With HIV: Veena
Subodh Pakhare
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Subodh Pakhare
My Life with HIV: Veena
Subodh Pakhare
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Veena Panchal lives in Andheri East, a crowded suburb of Mumbai, along with her two children. She found out in 2002 that she was HIV positive, after the death of her husband from HIV/AIDS. Her two children are HIV negative. Subodh Pakhare

Press Releases

Press Conference: Improving Adherence Among Migrants, Teenagers, and Children

Posted 26.07.2012

Data and strategies on how to improve treatment adherence among hard-to-reach populations such as migrants, teenagers and children.

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