Rappler's latest stories on AIDS in the Philippines
People living with HIV are among those significantly affected by lockdowns which pose challenges to access life-saving medication and services
'Yes, I fell in love with someone who was HIV-positive, and despite warnings from other people to just end the relationship, I chose to stay'
We don't discriminate against people who have diabetes or high blood pressure, so why would we discriminate against people who have HIV?
(UPDATED) The new law allows persons aged 15 to 17 years old to undergo HIV testing even without the consent of a parent or guardian
The actor attends the Special Assistant to the President's Senate hearing
Many of the first batch of scholars in state universities and colleges graduated with honors. It shows that 'talent and intelligence is normally distributed, but opportunity is not,' former CHED Patricia Licuanan says.
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It s completely out of benevolence says Duterte about the almost P90 million in aid from China for Super Typhoon Lawin Haima recovery efforts
US Senator Patrick Leahy says there will need to be an appropriate response by the US government if extrajudicial killings continue
Filipinos are encouraged to light a candle from 6 pm to 7 pm on Saturday May 14 to commemorate the lives of those who died from HIV and AIDS
LoveYourself Uni also functions as a community center where people can hang out in a safe non judgmental environment
On occasions like All Souls Day when the nation pays its respects to loved ones who have gone on to the afterlife Lorna prays for those who passed on from HIV related complications
Responding to the concerns of our movers across the country MovePH has partnered with LoveYourself and DM9 JaymeSyfu to launch StayNegatHIVe a campaign that aims to raise awareness on the issue of HIV AIDS in the country
Red Cross teams in the Philippines with experience of Super Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 are being sent to Nepal to help victims of the deadly quake
The Boston bomber is found guilty Former president Arroyo asks for house arrest New HIV cases hit an all time high
Let us go get tested voluntarily so that Secretary Ona may be convinced that public education community action and free voluntary and confidential testing is still the way to go
The new version allows 64 countries and 7 multilateral organizations to input their cash and non cash pledges on the site increasing accuracy of foreign aid tracking
The DFA gives 64 donor countries and 7 multilateral organizations access to the government s online tracker to monitor foreign aid donations
UPDATED Cases of HIV infections in 25 countries dropped by more than 50 but the Philippines reports a 25 rise
September 2012 has the highest monthly recorded number of HIV cases in the Philippines in nearly 3 decades
The health department is alarmed over the big jump in the number of HIV AIDS cases this year
To accept foreign disaster relief means swallowing national pride says the Philippines disaster management chief