Africa Health

Ifeanyi Orazulike delivers health information and support to sexual minorities in Abuja, Nigeria.

Video African Anti-Gay Laws Challenge Health Care

In Nigeria and Uganda, prohibitions drive off people who need medical aid, some say More

The Arwa clinic, center,  that was closed after the clinic Doctor got infected by the Ebola virus in the capital city of Freetown, Sierra Leone, July 15, 2014..

Sierra Leone Religious Leaders Criticize Government Handling of Ebola

Leaders say lack of information is prompting rural communities to shun medical help More

Woman in African dress with baby

African Moms Go Digital for Better Healthcare

Telecommunications companies are partnering to improve maternal and child health in sub-Saharan Africa More

A Rwandan youth is tested for the AIDS virus before he receives a free male circumcision at the Shingiro Health Center in Musanze. (Courtesy the Global Fund)

Study: No Circumcision Link to Risky Behavior

Kenyan study shows men actually increase protection methods after circumcision More

International AIDS Society president Françoise Barre-Sinoussi of France addresses the media in  Melbourne on July 19, 2014 while executive director Owen Ryan of Switzerland (L) and president-elect Chris Beyrer (R) (R) of the US look on.

Video AIDS Society Mourns Researchers, Experts Killed in MH17 Crash

Officials say death of their colleagues comes as serious blow on eve of association's annual conference beginning Sunday in Melbourne More


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