Tuesday, December 01, 2015
The global incidence of AIDS may be falling but in a remote corner of western Kenya the disease remains a major threat with one in four of the population infected. Health advisors from Doctors Without Borders are travelling door-to-door in the town of Homa Bay offering residents medical tests and teaching them about HIV prevention.   [READ MORE]
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by SooJi Min for America's Backbone Weekly
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Augustin Dokla is arguably Togo's most famous person with HIV, having lived with the virus -- against the odds –- since 1999. Sixteen years later, he's still fighting for the rights of those infected.   [READ MORE]
Tunisia's 3,000-year history of olive farming is under threat with warnings that production is at risk of halving by 2030 because of the extremes of climate change, from floods to droughts.   [READ MORE]
Hundreds of pairs of shoes are left in a Paris square in a silent climate change protest after the government banned all public demonstrations linked to COP21.   [READ MORE]
Thousands turned out for climate change marches in Manila Saturday, part of a weekend of action across the globe to demand results from next week's historic Paris summit.   [READ MORE]

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