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Plan to combat HIV/AIDS puts aside the focus on prevention
Gabriela Read

New strategy concentrates on the diagnosis to at-risk groups and the handout of antiretroviral medications.

By 2015, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) estimated that there was a population in the Dominican Republic of at least 68,000 people living with HIV. The incidence, according to statistical data, had been diminishing during the previous years until settling at 0.8 percent — a figure higher than the average in the region that stands at 0.4 percent — after years of a mainly preventive approach.see more
EL SALVADORCreativity and advocacy to prevent the spread of HIV
Edgardo Ayala
Information regarding the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases is disseminated through theatre plays and school campaigns.. see more
NICARAGUAHousewives at risk of contracting HIV
Carmen Herrera
International agencies recognize policies for prevention and care of people infected with HIV, but late diagnosis could elevate the mortality rate.. see more
NICARAGUAReligious fanaticism claims a victim
Latinamerica Press
Woman burned in a bonfire by Evangelicals in a “purification rite.”. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANViolence and inequality persist
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Rhetoric that goes against human rights, racist and discriminatory abounds in political campaigns and the media.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
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Latin America/The Caribbean, Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala. see more
LATIN AMERICA“Affection, acceptance and closeness are what those who migrate to other Christian denominations are seeking”
Paolo Moiola
Interview with Jorge García Castillo, Comboni priest and journalist. see more
ECUADORRuling party won the first round of the election
Luis Ángel Saavedra
Votes casted for Lenín Moreno of the ruling party were not enough to avoid a runoff and will face right wing opposition leader Guillermo Lasso for the presidency.. see more
COLOMBIAFARC demobilization process begins
Latinamerica Press
Some 7,000 combatants are concentrated in 26 areas where they will lay aside their weapons and re-enter civilian life.. see more
HONDURASPresident seeks new term
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The Supreme Court paved the way for the reelection of President Juan Orlando Hernández despite Constitutional ban.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
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Argentina, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua. see more
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