Young HIV positive Kenyans reveal their hopes, dreams and how they have learned to live their lives to the full.

Young people speak out about living full and positive lives with HIV in Kenya, where UNICEF supports programmes that ensure access to treatment.

Nineteen-year-old Zhao Chen reflects on the importance of sexuality education in school and the issues that adolescents can face when it is missing.

Meet the university student in China who conducts rapid HIV tests as a volunteer and provides support to hundreds of people.

Siyanda Mohutsiwa, a young Botswana-based writer, talks to young African activists about HIV and AIDS, and finds new challenges and fresh hope.

Often times we make things too complicated at the expense of losing our message. We took text from our publications and asked people to tell us what it really means to them.

We asked adolescents what they really want to hear from the people around them. The answer? Respect, support and help.

Meet a grandmother in rural Lesotho, who will tell you all about the One Stop Shop initiative that enables citizens to ‘drop in’ on a day-to-day basis to receive a range of health services.

Discover how Early Childhood Development programs help children, parents and communities learn and grow during the crucial first years of life.

Sixteen-year-old Halima was born with HIV in Tanzania, but did not learn about her HIV status until she was 10. What challenges has she faced and what are her hopes the future?