Press Statement: Arrival of ARVs- a relief

The Treatment Advocacy and Literacy Campaign (TALC) would like to commend the Government of Zambia on the procurement of the rec…

Zambia: Drop charges against men accused of same-sex conduct

Zambia must immediately drop the charges against two men accused of same-sex sexual conduct and release them from prison uncondi…

Activists oppose mandatory HIV testing plan

“Have MPs really examined what impact mandatory HIV testing would have in the fight against HIV?” This was one of the questions …

New ARASA toolkit on integrated TB/HIV activities in the works

23 August 2013 - Cape Town, South Africa - The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) is working on an updated ver…

Drug stock-outs: Inept supply-chain management and corruption

The National Health Department is urgently trying to source and install a countrywide computer software system that will link he…

Civil society cautions SADC leaders against mandatory HIV testing

Windhoek, 22 August 2013 - The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA), a partnership of 73 non-governmental organi…

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN ARASA ONLINE TRAINING COURSE ON MONITORING AND EVALUATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY.

Applications are invited for participation in the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) 2013 online training cour…

Unholy silence over gay murders

Pretoria - The murder of Duduzile Zozo forces me to ask myself what drives a human being not only to kill another person but als…

Justice Edwin Cameron urges Africa to end gay stigma

Cameron made the call in a speech at the UNAIDS / LANCET Commissioners Dinner in Lilongwe, Malawi last week, which was hosted by…

"Seeking Safety: Stepping Stones in Malawi"

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