WORLD AIDS DAY

WORLD AIDS DAY

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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a chronic potentially life-threatening health condition caused by HIV that interferes with the body’s ability to fight infections. Every 1st of December we commemorate World Aids Day to remember all those who have died of the disease, those who are stigmatized and spread awareness about it.

The theme for the year 2021 “End Inequality: End AIDS with particular focus on reaching all those left behind. The fact that most people are still treated different just because they are HIV positive as a result of social taboos and it gets worsen with the submerge of COVID-19. To be able to get rid of this mentality, we need to understand the basics about HIV and ensure its protection.

Every year CAWI ensures that the public is aware of this disease, how they can reach to treatment and how non carriers protect themselves. We call on all those at the forefront to spread info of HIV especially to the ignorant population and to aid all those who cannot access the services receive it.

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