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Spotlight: The Agony of Childbirth: One foot on the grave

WINDHOEK, (Southern Times) - There is an African proverb that says: “every woman who gives birth has one foot on her grave”. This gloomily illustrates the danger every woman faces to bring another human being into this world.

I Know My Family Knows - Africa’s Responsibility My Responsibility!

HWANGE, 27 November 2014 (SAfAIDS Policy Desk) - Distance to HIV Testing and Counseling facilities has been highlighted by communities in Msuna, Hwange Rural as one of the barriers why they do not take initiatives to establish their HIV status. Taking services to the hard to reach areas has proven to be an effective intervention of making such services available to community members who require them.

All Zimbabwean families to be tested for HIV

VICTORIA FALLS, 27 November 2014 (Bulawayo24) - Government has embarked on a family test and treat HIV and AIDS campaign aimed at increasing the number of men and children accessing anti-retroviral drugs.

EMTCT Week 2014: Zero new HIV infections. Zero AIDS-related Deaths, Zero Discrimination

HWANGE, (eMTCT Zimbabwe eForum) - It is all happening this week in Hwange district, Matabeleland North. The Ministry of Health and Child Care with support from its implementing partners is hold a week long campaign to raise awareness on the national strategy to eliminate new HIV infections in children and keep mothers and families alive. Leading up to World AIDS Day, the campaign is taking place from Nov 24-Dec 2nd

SAfAIDS Statement on 16 Days of Activism 2014

HARARE, (SAfAIDS Media) - SAfAIDS joins the rest of the world in commemorating the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). 

Press Release: UNAIDS reports that reaching Fast-Track Targets will avert nearly 28 million new HIV infections and end the AIDS epidemic as a global health threat by 2030

GENEVA, 20 November 2014 (UNAIDS) - The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has announced that taking a Fast-Track approach over the next five years will allow the world to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. The new UNAIDS report Fast-Track: ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 outlines, that by taking the Fast-Track approach nearly 28 million new HIV infections and 21 million AIDS-related deaths would be averted by 2030. 

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