WORLD AIDS DAY BACKGROUND World AIDS Day is commemorated on 1 December each year. It is a day specifically set aside to raise awareness, commemorate those who have passed on, call for action in the national response to HIV and celebrate successes which have been achieved in accessing HIV prevention and management services. In Zimbabwe
Maputo — The Executive Secretary of Mozambique’s National AIDS Council (CNCS), Francisco Mbofana, warned on Monday that, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the health authorities and the public at large must step up the campaigns against HIV/AIDS. “Not much is said about AIDS nowadays, but we are continuing to fight against it”, said
Out U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is leading the call for Senate leadership to include federal funding for HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and housing programs in the next COVID-19 pandemic response package to help continue providing services to people living with and at risk for HIV and AIDS. Baldwin and her colleagues sent a letter urging Congressional
The Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 confirmed cases has risen to 320 after recording 6 new cases today who are all returnees from South Africa and are all in isolation. 3 new recoveries has been recorded today according to Ministry of Health and Child Care circular of today.
Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 confirmed cases are now at 282 after 3 new cases were recorded yesterday who are all returnees from South Africa. The country now has 34 recoveries and 4 deaths.
GENEVA, 2 June 2020—UNAIDS congratulates Quarraisha Abdool Karim, the Associate Scientific Director of the Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), for being awarded the prestigious Christophe Mérieux Prize for 2020. Bestowed by the Christophe and Rodolphe Mérieux Foundation to support research into infectious diseases in developing countries, the award is