Tag Archives: AIDS

Baby Steps to Helping Others

03.11.2018 nothing grand. it doesn’t have to be a thousand people. no one’s counting. talk to someone. listen. share a warm smile. give a tight hug. or simply listen. spare some money or spare some time, reach out and listen. … Continue reading

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FREE HIV SCREENING…

03.10.2018 where people don’t want to or cannot go to a clinic for HIV test…. where perceived stigma is overwhelming and people don’t want to go to a laboratory where HIV can be discussed in a private setting where HIV … Continue reading

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March – April 2017, HIV AIDS REGISTRY OF THE PHILIPPINES (late post)

07.03.2017 While I am quite sure that the May, 2017 data will have come out in the next couple of days, it’s too late since I realized this after I did the table below =( So here are the march … Continue reading

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Is age a factor in Accessing HIV screening?

06.11.2017 I just got home from a late-night HIV screening, we had two activities last night. 1 for a clan of young men in their early twenties and the other one, in a blue bar where most men are in … Continue reading

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Community-based HIV screening (CBS)

07.01.2017 This is the first time that I am writing about community-based HIV screening. December 2014 UNAIDS had its first support for the orientation on community-based HIV testing where speakers from China and Cambodia came over to talk about their … Continue reading

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I Want To.

04.03.2017 I want to write. I have been wanting to write about things, maybe my trip to Baguio up north Or my day in the Congress hearing for the AIDS law Amendment, or maybe my day with some close friends … Continue reading

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TosHi shares AJ’s S+ory

01.23.2017 Toshi is a volunteer peer educator from the Manila Social Hygiene Clinic and has been an active community advocate for HIV prevention and treatment.  He recently sent me this story and with his permission, I would like to share … Continue reading

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Juan Posi+ive Movement

Updates on the treatment facilities around the region published 9/4/2017, search: Region 3 ——————– 01.17.2017 Juan Posi+ive Movement A new support group was launched in Angeles City in Pampanga last October, 2016.  They have been around for a few months … Continue reading

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(un)Real Advocacy

01.12.2017 They say  advocacy is being able to institutionalize certain protocols or policies into the entire system. Hardcore advocates would Define advocacy as something strictly related to policy lobbying.  How do we really Define real advocacy? When a positive comes … Continue reading

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The S+ory of Mickey

12.13.2017 I asked you earlier, “What were your struggles (the past year)?” Depression . Issues sa work kasi kumalat ung status ko. (Issues at work when people talked about my status) O.I.s. PTB, oral thrush, sa Family hndi maintindihan ng parents … Continue reading

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