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Abdikani Yusuf: A Somali Refugee’s Story

 “I decided to go back to Mogadishu because I thought I would die and I did not want to be a burden to my wife and the community in Cape Town where I lived for one year.

Change Agents Advocate for Tuberculosis Testing and Treatment in Swaziland Communities

Rosa, a 35-year-old ex-miner’s widow and mother of three has been breastfeeding her six-month-old baby despite suffering from Multi Drug Resistant-Tuberculosis (MDR-TB).

Peter Kago‘s Story of Triumph over TB

The aromatic odor of blue gum trees welcomes you as you make your way around Kinangop constituency.

John Baho's Story: A Congolese Refugee's Story of Despair and Triumph Over TB

“I long for the day my country will be stable, i wish for peace, stability, I wish for the day children and their parents and grandparents can come out to the streets to sing and dance without fear of the militia or army beating and killing us,” says John, albeit in a pensive tone of voice.