Commonwealth Secretary-General, Baroness Patricia Scotland, calls out health inequality as a human rights concern for small states, as access to life-saving COVID vaccines remains severely hampered in the developing world.
Despite warnings from clinicians, Barbados held on to a too-short quarantine and test protocol when its borders opened last summer. Now, a new surge in COVID cases and deaths begs retrospective policy questions.
Funding under the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief will be cut for several Caribbean countries, leaving a significant gap in the regional HIV/AIDS response
“No Judgement SKN” is an emerging prevention and awareness organization that aims to provide support and resources for survivors of sexual violence in St. Kitts and Nevis
The lack of strategic Zika prevention efforts causes travel concerns for the Caribbean
Women’s efforts to prevent HIV usually fall to men opting for safer sex, but a medicated vaginal ring may broaden their options