Vincent, a fisherman living with HIV on Dolwe Island, is able to lead a healthy, productive life thanks to the antiretroviral drugs he receives on the island through the support of the USAID-funded STAR-EC project.
A man dying from tuberculosis on Dolwe Island, Uganda is saved when the USAID-funded STAR-EC project arrives bearing supplies and medical personnel to test and treat HIV and TB.
Back from the brink of death, a woman whose life was saved by STAR-EC supported services on Dolwe Island, Uganda, uses her own story to help link others to HIV testing and treatment.
Richard and Matilda are encouraged by their family and each other to stay healthy and adherent to ART, which is provided to them through the support of the STAR-EC project.
When Regina, a 20-year-old from south eastern Uganda, was three, she lost her mother to AIDS. “When I was in fifteen, I became very sick and my father took me to a health center in South Eastern Uganda where I was tested for HIV and learned I had the virus…
Thirty-three year old Margaret is one of many HIV-positive mothers who have benefited from STAR-EC’s support, via village health teams (VHT), in rural Uganda…