Search Results for Tag: HIV
Selling fish is the most common way to make a living among women around the Victoria lake. But in order to get fish to be sold, the women have to pay for it – and the currency accepted by the fishermen is sex.
Date24.08.2018 | 10:05
TagsAfrika, HIV, Kenia, Omena, segregation, sexual abuse, Tansania, Uganda, Victoria Lake, women's rights, World Vision
23 years after the genocide, Rwanda is seen as an example in the region. But behind its neatly restored image lurks the tragedy of children born of rape. The trauma for mother and child has yet to be properly addressed.
Date17.08.2017 | 13:54
Tagsgenocide, HIV, Hutu, Kigali, mass rape, mental health, rape, Rwanda, trauma, Tutsi, women's rights
A woman was one of the culprit of the San Bernardino shooting, which caused the death of 14 people on Wednesday December 2. What moves a woman to commit mass murder? Another question that popped up in the news this week: should a teenage rapist get a second chance? Read on!
Date22.12.2015 | 12:13
TagsAIDS, beauty, HIV, India, International day for elimination of violence against women, Kerem Demirbay, New Delhi, Pakistan, rape, San Bernardino, saudi arabia, Tashfeen Malik, teenate rapist, women, women's rights, womensrights
Date05.10.2015 | 10:00
TagsAmref Health Africa, Female circumcision, female genital mutilation, FGM, HIV, Kajiado, Kenya, Maasai, women's rights, womensrights
Mental health continues to remain a taboo topic in India despite the high suicide rates in the country. Roma Rajpal-Weiß, WTO Reporter spoke to Dr. Vikram Patel, renowned psychiatrist and the co-founder of NGO Sangath and the Centre for Global Mental Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine about the stigma attached to mental health in India and the measures that can be undertaken to give rich and the poor equal access to mental healthcare.
Date15.05.2015 | 21:31
TagsAIDS, bollywood, Deepika Padukone, depression, HIV, India, mental health, Post partum depression, roma rajpal, Vikram Patel
Nearly 1.2 million people in Ethiopia are infected with the deadly Human Immunodeficiency Virus, also known as HIV. Women and young girls are particularly under threat because of social, political and economic discrimination. Women Talk Online reader Anne Marie Hankins stumbled across this piece of information when her co-passenger on a flight spoke about the plight of mothers in the African country.
Date17.04.2014 | 14:07