In 2015, the first community-based, voluntary treatment centre for people with drug addiction in Vietnam opened in the Bac Giang province.
Joan is a proud mother of one and also a grandmother to two-year old Mufti who she loves spending time with.
Pacifique is 20 and lives in Bujumbura, Burundi. Read his story and about the vital services he's received through our Link Up programme.
Nahimana, 22, from Burundi, is a mother of two. She set out to do everything within her means to support her child.
In Haiti, skillfully made bangles are creating livelihoods and reducing stigma for people affected by HIV.
Stronger together: Celebrating International Human Rights Day
Nadia's inspiration for the female condom project, an initiative that will give women in Burundi more choices.
At a youth centre in Bujumbura, Burundi, the table football is the centre of activity - and it symbolizes a safe space.
Yogi heads up a group of prisoners who are determined to fight discrimination against HIV and to educate others about the risks.
When the earthquake happened, HIV was quickly forgotten as a national priority in the face of more pressing emergencies.
Discrimination, violence and human rights violations against transgender people are a barrier to effective HIV prevention and treatment.
The voices of young people affected by HIV really do count in global policy. Link Up works with young people under 24 years old.