‘MAKE SOME NOISE’ FOR SAFE, SUPPORTIVE HIV/AIDS CARE, SAYS UN ON ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY

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Since AIDS emerged 35 years ago, the international community has taken strides in stemming the disease – but must continue with resolve and commitment in eradicating the epidemic by 2030, as set by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UN Photo/Staton Winter

 

‘MAKE SOME NOISE’ FOR SAFE, SUPPORTIVE HIV/AIDS CARE, SAYS UN ON ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY

The United Nations agency leading the world’s HIV/AIDS response is urging everyone to ‘make some noise’ for zero discrimination in healthcare settings. Read more

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