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On HIV rise in the Philippines

With a rise of 140% of new HIV infections between 2010 and 2016, the Philippines has become the country with the fastest growing of HIV epidemic in Asia-Pacific, especially among the 15-24 year old. Photographer and activist Niccolò Cosme explains us why Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war is not …

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Sarah, the climate, and prejudices

Sarah is an environmental activist from Cebu, Philippines. She came to Rome to participate in a climate change awareness campaign. Along with other representatives from different countries, she attended a march to the Vatican, to thank Pope Francis for his Encyclical where he speaks about climate change. For most tourists, …

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