Policy makers, global leaders, delegates, researchers, campaigners, activists and people living with the virus are amongst the people gathered at the 22nd International Aids Conference in Amsterdam to strengthen policies and programmes in an effort to fight the epidemic.
Namibia Honoured for Its Fight Against HIV/Aids
New Era, 23 July 2018
Namibia was on Friday awarded two awards for its fight against HIV/AIDS at the 22nd International AIDS conference underway in Amsterdam. Read more »
South African Deputy Minister of Social Development, Ms Hendrietta Bogopane Zulu addresses the session “HIV and Key Populations in Africa: Business Unusual”. The session brings together a cross section of some of the continent’s leading implementers of key population programming
The HIV Pandemic - Time to Recalibrate and Target the Weak Spots
The Conversation Africa, 23 July 2018
HIV remains a global challenge. Between 36.7 million and 38.8 million people live with the disease worldwide. And more than 35 million have died of AIDS related causes since the… Read more »
We Applaud Progress in HIV/Aids Treatment
Monitor, 24 July 2018
There is good news coming from the Ministry of Health as far HIV/Aids is concerned. According to the information collected from the Central Public Health Laboratories (CPHL), 83.5… Read more »
83 Percent Ugandans With HIV Show Unseen Virus - Survey
Monitor, 23 July 2018
Uganda is a step closer to achieving 90 per cent of the people living with HIV/Aids having the amount of the virus in their bodies suppressed by 2020, as one of the global targets… Read more »
'Dangerous Complacency' Feared As Aids Conference Opens
Citizen, 23 July 2018
Amsterdam, Netherlands. A world AIDS assembly opens in Amsterdam on Monday hoping to harness the star power of activists Elton John and Prince Harry to bolster the battle against… Read more »
Eastern, Southern Africa Most Affected by HIV Epidemic
VOA, 23 July 2018
A report by UNAIDS, "Miles to go—closing gaps, breaking barriers, righting injustices", warns that the global response to HIV is at a critical point. Eastern and southern… Read more »
Deputy President David Mabuza Attends the International Aids 2018 Conference in Amsterdam, 23 to 27 Jul
Govt of SA, 22 July 2018
Deputy President David Mabuza will lead a South African delegation to the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) under the theme "Breaking Barriers Building Bridges",… Read more »
Good News in Tanzania As Few Mothers Pass HIV to Newborns
Citizen, 20 July 2018
In Mara region, only 16 children out of 988 who were born of mothers living HIV, have been found to be positive for the virus. Read more »
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