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Children living with HIV like Antonio have benefited from the now closed Ntyiso programme run by AMODEFA, now closed due to the Global Gag Rule.
Albertina Machaieie has been working with HIV patients for Amodefa for 38 years and is their longest serving nurse. Albertina is witnessing the negative impact of the Global Gag Rule firsthand.
Palmira Enoque Tembe, is HIV positive and so are her two sons. Palmira and her family benefitted from a pilot project called Ntiyso, that recently lost its funding due to the Global Gag Rule.
Milan Khadka once suffered discrimination within his community when they found out he was living with HIV. He is now a community home-based care mobiliser with Family Planning Association of Nepal. He uses his music to educate the youth about HIV and to confront the stigma around HIV.
Ny is 23 years old and is pregnant with her first child. She visits Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia clinic once a month for prenatal care.
Two years ago Kouch Davy suggested that the workers at the Propitious garment factory have improved access to sexual and reproductive health and information. The success now means it is rolling out to more factories.
Garment worker Sophorn doesn't earn much and the cost of a private clinic is more expensive that a public one, but she opts for the private clinic because she knows the level of care and treatment available is of a higher standard.
Pann Chandy was a youth volunteer with Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia and is now a qualified midwife. She runs workshops providing sexual and reproductive health advice to the garment factory workers.
Sineang struggled to conceive for the first three years of her marriage. Through the help, care and support provided by Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia, she managed to give birth to her first child in 2013.
Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand alongside volunteers are reaching out to vulnerable sex workers to help educate them on the risks of HIV and STIs.