12-21 | My name is Thinjin Wal and I have four children. Three of my boys are here at the Malakal Hospital and have all been receiving treatment for kala azar.My youngest boy, Deng, is 2 years old. He became very sick in September with a very high fever that lasted many weeks. He was vomiting, had diarrhoea, and became very thin. I brought him to our closest health clinic in Baliet from my village, Abong. There they told me he had malaria so he was given medicine for malaria but it did not help him. Then they treated him for typhoid. That failed too.
12-19 | Epidemic compounds existing medical humanitarian crisis
Underfunded Global Fund punishes ambition by rejecting AIDS proposals, next opportunity for funding significantly delayed
12-15 | The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has rejected ambitious proposals to turn back the AIDS epidemic in several high-burden sub-Saharan African countries.
AIDS progress threatened by a double blow, warns MSF: Stagnant funding and new barriers to affordable AIDS drugs
11-29 | HIV/AIDS treatment in developing countries is being dealt a double blow that will mean treatment recommendations cannot be implemented and the promise of new science remain unfulfilled, said the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
10-28 | “Since the project started in 2003, the quality of medical care offered to HIV patients in Guangxi province has vastly improved, and this project is a good example of how such collaboration between China’s health authorities and an international medical organization like MSF can be beneficial for the Chinese people,” said Gilles ISARD, MSF’s Head of Mission in China.After seven years of cooperation with the local Center for Disease Control (CDC), MSF has handed over an HIV project in Nanning City, Guangxi province.