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2 days ago
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has stressed the need for increased investments and sustenance in HIV to ensure that children are born free and safe from their childhood to adolescence and beyond.
3 days ago
No fewer than 1.6 million Nigerians out of the 1.9 million living with the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus are on treatment. Director-General, National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA)...
27 Nov
Ahead of the World AIDS Day, 2022, an Abuja-based public health consultant, Mr. Thomas Ofem, has called on the National Assembly to urgently make a law to protect the rights of all Nigerians to the health care they need and ensure its enforcement.
14 Dec 2020
It has become a ritual to set aside December 1, of every year as the world AIDS day to draw attention to this global pandemic. This seems to be eclipsed this year by a more serious viral pandemic
5 Dec 2019
As part of the effort towards the commemoration of the World AIDS Day, the management of Flour Mills Nigeria (FMN) Plc has cautioned its employees about their lifestyles in discriminating and stigmatisatising at the workplace
4 Dec 2019
Sir: Communities have always played a huge part in the response to HIV. People coming together, organising themselves, telling truth to power and demanding their right to health.
2 Dec 2019
The Federal Government has expressed its commitment to review, develop policies and bring up innovations on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) programmes and services to reduce new infections in the country.
1 Dec 2019
Today is World AIDS Day, and the theme of this year’s celebration is “Communities Make the Difference.”
1 Dec 2019
As the world marks the 2019 World Aids Day today, stigmatisation and discrimination against Persons Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) remain the twin factors frustrating a successful fight against the dreaded scourge.
2 Dec 2018
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has charged African Governments to improve funding support for HIV testing, care and treatment.WHO said that the improved funding support would ensure all citizens get access to the services they need to live productive lives.
1 Dec 2018
This year, World AIDS day will be celebrating its 30th anniversary and this year's theme is “Know your status”. It is very essential as an individual to go for HIV/AIDS test twice in a year to know your status. Your status can either test positive or negative. HIV/AIDS positive indicates you are infected with the virus…
29 Nov 2018
The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) on Thursday in Abuja organised free HIV screening services at Wuse market. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event was part of NACA’s activities to commemorate this year’s World AIDS Day, with the theme “Know your Status”. Mrs Pauline Tallen, NACA Board Chairperson,…

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