Catriona Gray’s Open Letter to All Women
Leading the crusade in stopping the HIV epidemic and inspiring every woman and Filipina on the planet is no less than Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Elisa Magnayon Gray. An advocate and ambassador of LoveYourself for nearly three years now, Catriona seizes this opportunity through a personal letter to bring forth the conversation on empowering women in the face of HIV.
Travel Squad Tells You How to Get to Victoria Court Malate for #LoveSquad HIV Screening Day on November 26
These are the only directions you’ll need on November 26, Sunday, as you head to #LoveSquad, LoveYourself’s fast, easy, and totally anonymous HIV screening day event at Victoria Court Malate. It’s from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., so grab your squad and be sure to drop by.
These Squads Explain Why It’s Cool to Know Your Status at the #LoveSquad HIV Screening Day Event on November 26
In case you missed it, #LoveSquad, LoveYourself’s fast, easy, and totally anonymous HIV screening day event is happening on November 26, Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Victoria Court Malate. Don’t forget to register here: go.loveyourself.ph/lovesquad. And just in case you need a tad more convincing to show up, we’ve asked our dear squads why making HIV testing your #SquadGoals and a regular part of your self-care routine is important.
Get Ready for #LoveSquad on November 26 | Study Squad Explains What Community-Based HIV Screening Is All About
Hang out with us at #LoveSquad on November 26th, 2017, 10 am to 7 pm, at Victoria Court Malate, and experience private, secure, and accurate HIV testing in a fraction of the time—no more than 20 minutes from the time of prick ‘til you see the results on the stick! Quick, isn’t it?
Join the #LoveSquad on November 26 and make HIV screening your #SquadGoals
Hey, you! Yes, you. The #LoveSquad is calling on all you fitness buffs, jet-setters, bookworms, and lovers of life out there. Be at Victoria Court Malate on November 26, 2017, Sunday, for LoveYourself’s fast, easy, and totally anonymous HIV screening day. The event is from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., so grab the whole gang and make HIV screening your #SquadGoals.
HIV Cases Continue to Rise, According to Latest HARP Data
The Philippines’ battle with HIV continues, as the number of newly diagnosed people living with HIV (PLHIV) remains high.
Asia’s Premier Charity and Awards Gala on HIV Advocacy Unveiled
The Love Gala, as unveiled Wednesday (9 August), is the Asia’s Premier Charity and Awards Gala event, which will honor outstanding individuals and their immeasurable contributions at “The Ripple Awards.” The organization believes that “a single person’s act of love can start a wave that can save millions of people.”
New Cases of HIV in the Philippines Hit Record High with 1,098 in May 2017
An alarming increase of HIV cases, with now an average of 35 per day, has been reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP) in May 2017. This is 48 percent higher compared with same time last year and is the highest recorded number of cases since 1984.
STATUS – The A to E of Being Positive to a Healthy Lifestyle
The focus of concern here is to strengthen the immune system. It gives the message to do things that boost the immune system and turn away from those that further weaken it. Here are simple ways to a healthier, more positive life
STATUS – Yes, I am Positive
Three months after your last unprotected sexual encounter, you may decide to get tested for HIV as part of your routine. While waiting for the results, you feel anxious and uneasy. When the findings are given, your counselor communicates to you that they come out reactive. While others may feel overwhelmed with emotion, you may feel like time has stopped with a rush of numbness. A lot of questions may rush into your mind, and you may wonder how you would talk to someone about your status.