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Sorting fact from fiction: Improving media reporting on TB

Posted in: Practical Resources

Nearly 10 years after the launch of an international effort to tackle the global health emergency of tuberculosis, TB remains one of the world’s major causes of death. Millions of people are undiagnosed because of fear, stigma, poverty and ailing health systems. The media’s role in dispelling fear and providing clear, factual information is vital.

Men who have sex with men and HIV policies in developing countries

Posted in: Practical Resources

This topic guide aims to shed light on one of the marginalised and highly vulnerable groups, men who have sex with men (MSM), and to explain how HIV policies employed by some countries in the developing world are addressing their needs.

Listen to our needs: Improving sexual and reproductive health reporting in Kenya

Posted in: Projects

Panos Eastern Africa, Panos London and the African Population and Health Resource Center (APHRC), supported by the Wellcome Trust, implemented a project to assess media coverage of sexual and reproductive health issues in Kenya.