Category Archives: Global

April 10th 2017 IS National Youth HIV/AIDS AWARENESS DAY

WORLD WOULD LIKE TO SPREAD AWARENESS TO YOUTH ALL AROUND THE GLOBE, BUT YOU CANT SPREAD ANYTHING UNLESS YOU START AT HOME. TODAY WE WANT TO REMIND OUR YOUTH TO STAY UP ON THEIR SEXUAL HEALTH, SEX AND YOUTH ARE SOMETIMES SENSITIVE TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED, BUT WE HAVE TO HAVE THESE CONVERSATIONS IN ORDER […]

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Black Women & the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: The Nation’s Progress in “Ending AIDS” on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

For Immediate Release: February 7, 2015 Contact: Linda H. Scruggs at lscruggs@rcg3.com or 202-299-7832   Since the earliest days of the AIDS epidemic, HIV and AIDS surveillance data have revealed that black women remain a disproportionately impacted demographic among women living in the United States. As we observe February 7th, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day […]

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World AIDS Day 2014

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Today is World AIDS Day

  Today is World AIDS Day. Held annually, World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. Today more people are receiving life-saving treatment than ever before. Let’s recommit ourselves to achieving an AIDS […]

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I Am A Sex Worker

The message is simple:  I am not just a sex worker, I am so much more. Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Diseases (WORLD) is proud to host “I Am a Sex Worker”,  a photojournalism project sharing portraits and narratives of female, male, and transgender sex workers in Cape Town, South Africa. Created by Ian […]

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Message from the IHS Director for National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

This Tuesday, March 20, marks the 6th observance of National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This day is set aside to acknowledge that HIV continues to threaten the health and well-being of our Native communities and to recognize the role that we all have in addressing this critical health issue. As of 2008, 3,629 American Indians […]

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