Why Knowing Your Status is Still a Huge Hurdle on World Aids Day

December 1 is observed as World AIDS Day - a day set aside as a show of solidarity with people who are living with HIV/Aids, and those who have died from the disease. This year's theme is "Know Your Status", which stresses the importance of knowing one's HIV status, in order to fight it. This year also marks the 30th anniversary of the first World Aids Day commemoration.

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  • Tanzania:   Kagera Region's HIV Positivity Rate Drops

    Daily News, 30 November 2018

    THE HIV positivity rate in Kagera Region has declined from 6.1 per cent recorded in 2014 to 1.2 per cent by September, this year, the HIV/AIDS Regional Co-coordinator, Dr Jonas… Read more »



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