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USAID, PEPFAR & MSH Announces
MONROVIA, 2 October 2013 (allAfrica) - We must leave no stone unturned in dealing with the growing issue of HIV/AIDS in our beloved country, Liberia. By this, we should do away with utterances and comments that have the inclination to stigmatize those living with the virus.
MASVINGO, 2 October 2013 (Herald) - Over 10 000 people in Masvingo province have contracted sexually transmitted infections within three months from April to June this year.
Unleash potential of Children and Adults With Disabilities Today to Shape Richer, More Inclusive Global Agendas
NEW YORK, 27 September 2013 (allAfrica) - As the 2013 UN General Assembly for the first time convenes a special meeting on the issue of children and adults with disabilities, UNDP and UNICEF, along with the Global Partnership on Children with Disabilities (GPcwd), are urging Member States, UN agencies, civil society groups and other partners to engage more with people with disabilities themselves in the crafting of global agendas.
PRETORIA, 27 September 2013 (SAfAIDS Media Desk) – SAfAIDS in partnership with its collaborating partners is hosting a Regional Indaba in Johannesburg South Africa at the Airport Grand Hotel from the 2nd-3rd of October 2013. The event will gather political, religious and traditional leaders from Southern Africa who are committed to addressing Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and HIV issues in their communities, implementing organisations, SAfAIDS development partners and government representatives.
HARARE, 26 September 2013 (Herald) - Government is now monitoring, on a weekly basis, the incidences of mothers who die while giving birth, a senior official has said.
HARARE, 26 September 2013 (Herald) - The shortage of the anti-retroviral drug, Abacavir, is set to ease after the Government recently received supplies enough to last for the next five months. The drug contained in 5 294 packs is now stocked at Natpharm. Global Fund national co-ordinator Mr Rangarirai Chiteure confirmed the latest development and said the drugs were received on September 13.