Tell me about the work you do. I am the Southern Africa policy and advocacy manager for the Aids Healthcare Foundation, the largest nonprofit HIV treatment provider in the world. The organisation operates in 39 countries. An average day includes interactions with colleagues from across Africa and around the world, working with medical professionals, social workers, activists from other organisations, journalists and, most importantly, the people who depend on AHF for treatment - our patients. How did you end up doing what you do? I have always been interested in social justice and human rights issues. I have a political studies degree, was involved in student politics at university and became an executive committee member of the National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality, working with activists for equality for the LGBTQI community. I became a Treatment Action Campaign member during the days of Aids denialism and was on the national steering committee for the One in Nine Campai...

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