A NEW CHAPTER OF HIV IN VIEW

Meet our partners

ViiV Healthcare is working with thought leaders and influencers living with HIV from across the globe, with the aim of further advancing our HIV in View campaign. It is hoped that in sharing their lived experiences and opening up about their lives with HIV, we will all continue on our pledge to keep HIV in View and shatter HIV stigma.

  • Rebecca Tallon de Havilland - Dublin, Ireland

    Rebecca Tallon de Havilland
    Rebecca Tallon de Havilland
    Dublin, Ireland

    Rebecca Tallon de Havilland is one of the first transgender women in Ireland to receive a female passport. Rebecca is currently working with HIV Ireland on raising awareness on HIV in trans people. Rebecca was the first person to be the Grand Marshall of both Dublin Pride 2022 and the Dublin Pride float of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2022.

    InstagramXFacebook

  • Inad Quiñones Rendon - Bangkok, Thailand

    Inad Quiñones Rendon
    Inad Quiñones Rendon
    Bangkok, Thailand

    Inad Rendon is from the Philippines. He identifies himself as a gay man, and openly living with HIV. He works with APCOM as Programmes Officer. He has been with APCOM since 2013.

    Instagram, X, Website

  • Doreen Moraa Moracha - Nairobi, Kenya

    Doreen Moraa Moracha
    Doreen Moraa Moracha
    Nairobi, Kenya

    Doreen Moraa Moracha is a young woman living with HIV from Kenya who has been selected as one of the Global HIV Collaboration members and a young Leader at the International AIDS Society 2021. She is also the host of Maisha HEALTH DIGITAL and has recently been recognised as one of Africa's 100 most impactful changemakers.

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  • Victoria Roscow - Manchester, UK

    Victoria Roscow
    Victoria Roscow
    Manchester, UK

    Victoria Roscow has been living with HIV for 2 and a half years. She was first diagnosed with HIV when she was 9 weeks pregnant with her now 1 year old and has since taken to social media to share her story in the hopes of breaking the stigma around HIV.

    InstagramTikTok

  • Axel Bautista - Mexico City, Mexico

    Axel Bautista
    Axel Bautista
    Mexico City, Mexico

    HIV+ since 2014, Axel is 30 years old and a Scorpio. He lives in Mexico City and has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a focus on social studies about health and illness. Since his diagnosis, Axel has been involved in HIV activism, research and social communication.

    Instagram, X, TikTok

GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH OUR AMAZING PARTNERS AND FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THEIR STORIES.

Close Up: Rebecca & Axel - HIV in View partners Rebecca and Axel open the conversation around stigma to understand its impact and change the HIV narrative.

Close Up: Victoria & Inad - Tune in as HIV in View partners Victoria & Inad fuel the initiative to focus on equity across all populations affected by HIV.

Close Up: Doreen & Inad - Tune in as HIV in View partners Doreen and Inad get personal about their HIV journeys.

LETTING COMMUNITIES LEAD

NP-GBL-HVX-COCO-220084 | May 2024

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