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Especially those gay men [living in secret] in heterosexual marriages, they have experienced such long term pressure not to have gay sex.
Gay men are much more likely to contract HIV than the general population, according to Wang Xiaodong, the founder of Chengdu Tongle, a nonprofit dedicated to HIV prevention in China.“In Shandong Province, the rate of condom use in the gay community is only in the range of 40 to 50 percent in the latest month,” Liao said.“I interviewed many gay men about their use of condoms.Yet each county has only one to three CDC staff dedicated to HIV prevention.” The lack of sex education also contributes to the rise of HIV, especially in gay youth. According to the Chinese CDC, the number of HIV positive high school and college students increased sharply by 35 percent every year from 2011 to 2015. Free antiretroviral drugs to people living with HIV/AIDS who are rural residents or people with financial difficulties living in urban areas 2. Free drugs to pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS to prevent mother-to-child transmission and HIV testing of newborn babies 4. Even if you work 24 hour you can’t do much.” Li works with a nonprofit that does peer education about HIV in the gay community.Zhang Beichuan, a professor at Qingdao University's Medical School said. HIV hit gay students much harder than straight students. Free schooling for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS 5. They have been working together for nearly 5 years.Full-time kindergarten positions are available at different times of the year and the language schools are always hiring.
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“Before 2012, we would plan for several years ahead.
Since 2013 we have stopped doing that because there are so many uncertainties these years and even if we have a plan, it’s all up in the air.” A project by Fan Fei, Jieqian Zhang and Larry Zhou Interviews were conducted in Qingdao, Jinan, Chengdu, Nanchang and Shanghai Thanks to UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism for making this project possible.
They are one of the most important ways for us to find HIV cases. “Our NGO has been operating for more than 10 years and is nationally recognized for its work in the HIV prevention field. “For example, when there is a government request for tender targeting NGOs, you are not eligible to submit a proposal.” The second problem he said is that his budget has been slashed since international organizations pulled out from China in 2013.
But the organization is still not able to register with the Ministry of Civil Affairs as a social organization. The funding from the Chinese government still has yet to catch up.
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