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Photo 2 – I stand for Zero Discrimination

Photo 3 – I stand for Zero Discrimination

I am a man who has sex with man (MSM) and also living with HIV in Ho Chi Minh City. I have for many years no longer thought living with HIV is unfortunate. I am on good treatment. I am happy with the love I have, with the career and life targets I am pursuing. There is nothing others can do that I cannot do. I also do social work because MSM is a group highly vulnerable to stigma and MSM living with HIV are suffering even more badly from stigma. MSM very much need inspiration to be fully confident…

Photo 4 – I stand for Zero Discrimination

Photo 5 – I stand for zero discrimination

Photo 6 – I stand for zero discrimination

I came out as a person living with HIV in 2001 and that gave me opportunities to learn how to live healthy with HIV. Therefore I can help many other people living with HIV became more confident as well as help improve HIV understanding by the public that contributed to the reduction of stigma and discrimination related to HIV. Right now, I am working with my colleagues in Hai Phong to support grandparents of children orphaned by AIDS in care taking. These kids have many difficulties in life and psychological development. They very much need affection and support to overcome…

Green One UN House, 304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam