In the Philippines, the number of new HIV infections is increasing at a staggering rate. DW reporter Bastian Hartig met a Filipino living with HIV on the outskirts of Manila.
Health experts fear that a drop in immunization rates amid an ongoing dengue vaccine controversy could jeopardize other government vaccination programs and trigger epidemics in the Philippines. Ana P. Santos reports.
Philippine workers infected by HIV suffer workplace discrimination on account of their health status and usually do not seek redress, revealed a new report released by Human Rights Watch today. Ana P. Santos reports.
Venezuela's economic crisis as left the country's health system on the verge of collapse. Amid a shortage of medication, HIV patients are succumbing to secondary infections, despite doctors' best efforts.
The Philippines' straight-talking President Rodrigo Duterte has described the country's top beach destination as "very dirty," and even likened it to a "cesspool."
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