Testing new solutions for better outcomes in HIV prevention
In Bangkok, 18-year-old Kawee* lives in a single rented room with his mother, a supermarket cashier. His father abandoned them both when he was very young. When he was around 15, he found out he had HIV after several years of unprotected sex with older men.

“I always knew I was different than other boys,” Kawee says. “I had my first boyfriend when I was 12. He was 34. After that I had many different boyfriends. I never used a condom.”...