Health workers say knowing and disclosing positive status encourages adherence to life-saving medications and reduces stigma.
A CRS program promotes health, education and financial security for families and children in Kenya.
A CRS-led program has reached more than a quarter million children with health and education assistance.
CRS has served a quarter million orphans and vulnerable children by helping communities nurture and protect them.
A CRS program helps people with HIV return to normal, more productive lives.
CRS joins a consortium to support children and families affected by HIV, helping them return to health and financial stability.
CRS offers hopes and DREAMS to adolescent girls and young women susceptible to HIV and early pregnancy.
CRS and its Church partners help the vulnerable and abandoned find treatment and a way out of poverty.
CRS laid the groundwork for progress against HIV that continues in 10 countries.