After suffering a string of rights violations, Sabera's case was documented by MENA Rosa – an organisation led by women living with HIV.
Peter went from using drugs in America, to rehab in Africa. Now he is a rehabilitation counsellor for other people who use drugs in Kenya.
In Uganda, if you have children or not, being gay can get you killed. Four years ago, Matofu* and his son had to flee for their lives.
Sex worker Chifundo has been raped five times by police officers in the past. A local organisation is set to change this abuse of power.
One evening Didier closed up his shop for the day and went to meet friends, but he had no idea his life was about to change so drastically.
Phoebe Kanana’s story as told to Lucy. K. Maroncha
Kaluso, a transgender woman from Malawi, speaks out about the need for zero discrimination when it comes to the rights of sexual minorities.
Community Adolescent Treatment Supporters (CATS) provide peer-to-peer information, counselling and support to young people living with HIV.
READY advocate Martha Clara Nakato from Uganda talks about the highs and lows of love for Valentine's Day.
For Valentine's Day, Elie Ballan talks about sex, love and living openly with HIV on Beirut’s gay scene.
Blantyre’s community policing coordinator used to think that gay people should not be accepted. But activists have changed his mind.
Imagine finding out your mother took part in a protest – against who you are. This is Shy's story.