The United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief has released figures revealing that the number of deaths due to HIV-Aids has dropped from 10 000 per year to 4 000 between 1991 and 2016 in Namibia.
HIV/AIDS Deaths Drop From 10 000 to 4 000
Namibian, 20 June 2018
FIGURES released by the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief have revealed that the number of people dying of HIV-AIDS has dropped from 10 000 per year to 4 000… Read more »
Donors to cut funds in Tanzania's fight against HIV/Aids (file photo).
Why Young Men Fear Testing for HIV
New Era, 21 May 2018
A health specialist with 'The Society for Family Health' recently shared her experience on why men between 24 and 29 years of age are reluctant to go for a test to determine their… Read more »
250 000 People Living With HIV-Aids
Namibian, 4 December 2017
About 10% of Namibians or 247 126 people are living with HIV, according to 2016 statistics, health minister Bernard Haufiku said on Friday during World AIDS Day commemorations at… Read more »
Governor Appeals for Help in HIV-Aids Fight
Namibian, 21 September 2017
Kavango West governor Sirkka Ausiku has appealed to the private sector, especially those in healthcare, to contribute to eliminating HIV-Aids in the region and the country. Read more »
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