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2 Dec
In commemoration of World AIDS Day, yesterday, the South West Zonal coordinator of Civil Society for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN), Aladeyelu Azeez Adebayo, urged government to end inequalities that drive the disease and other pandemics.
2 Dec 2018
As the world yesterday marked the 2018 World AIDS Day, the Federal Government has been urged to put an immediate end to the payment of user fee charged people living with HIV by treatment facilities across the country.
2 Dec 2017
The Civil Society on HIV in Nigeria (CiSHAN) Kogi State chapter has threatened to march to Kogi State Government House with the corpse of any of its members...

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