2nd December 2004.
Most women get HIV in marriage
Another December 1, another World AIDS Day.
This is one anniversary that has nothing celebratory about it, 23 years down the road.
Uganda National Farmers Federation role in AIDS Control Initiatives
World’s AIDS day is an important day for Uganda National Farmers Federation (UNFFE) and indeed the farmers of the world.
Introduce sexual and reproductive health in schools
In every region of the world, AIDS is taking a terrible toll on women and girls, who are experiencing rising rates of HIV infection and a disproportionate burden of caring for those who are sick and orphaned.
War, AIDS in IDP camps
It was a military-escorted food convoy that snaked its way into the bushes of rebel-infested Pader district, heading to Pajule displaced people’s camp.
December 1 is International World AIDS Day. This World AIDS Day is the climax of a yearlong campaign on the theme "women, girls, HIV and AIDS".
Together we share the challenge
Message of the WHO Regional Director for Africa on the occasion of the commemoration of World AIDS Day
Women prime targets for HIV
NAIROBI - Kenyan health officials have expressed concern about the fact that women in the East African country are more vulnerable to AIDS than men, and that the gap between men and women as regards new HIV infections appears to be widening.
Farmers’ body tackles AIDS through peers
Alice Nakku, a farmer from Gala village, Mutumba sub county, in Mpigi district has 11 HIV/AIDS orphans whom she looks after together with her husband. But she is already worried as she expects four more orphans shortly.