POSITIVE LIVES | THAILAND

POSITIVE LIVES is one of the world's most acclaimed HIV/AIDS photography projects. The Positive Lives project has toured globally as major exhibitions and longer-term community programmes since 1993; it has been seen by over 2 million people world-wide and has received both critical and public acclaim.

Danusor celebrating his birthday, he is 3 years old and is HIV positive. His nickname is ‘Dinosaur’.
Agape Children’s Home
Agape Children’s Home
Agape Children’s Home
Outreach work. Dispensing medication outside of Chiang Mai.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
High school pupils view one of the exhibits in the museum at the Wat Prabat Nampu.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi, Thailand.
High school pupils view one of the exhibits in the museum at the Wat Prabat Nampu.
High school pupils view one of the exhibits in the museum at the Wat Prabat Nampu.
High school pupils view one of the exhibits in the museum at the Wat Prabat Nampu.
Vistors view one of the exhibits in the museum at the Wat Prabat Nampu Aids hospice, Lopburi Thailand.
Wat Prabat Nampu. Hospice for those with AIDS. Lopburi Thailand.
Pachok, is HIV, positive and earns a living as a tuk-tuk driver in Chiang Mai.
Choo Chart Sinna, a HIV+ monk who lives at Wat Prababt Nampu, throws open his arms and says "O Lord Buddha save me."