There are 19K people living with HIV in South Sudan – Report
he South Sudan Network of People Living with HIV has registered nineteen thousand (19,000) people across the country receiving treatment and counselling.
Since its establishment in 2007, the network has been advocating for positive living and providing its members with the required medication through the support of international partners.
Network Co-ordinator, Lole Laila Lole, is advising people with HIV to live healthy and take their medication consistently.
Lole Laila Lole spoke to Regina Gorle about the network’s activities and the stigma that continues to plague its members.
via Radio Miraya