Friday, 3 December 2010

Worlds Aids Day

Started in December 1st, 1988, World AIDS Day  is not just about raising money, but also about increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving education. World AIDS Day is important in reminding people that HIV has not gone away, and that there are many things still to be done.

It is not because HIV/AIDS continue to attack young adult as they make their way into the world and start families. Or as Elton John said, it (AIDS) devastates household incomes and national economies, propelling the perceptual cycle of poverty.
It is poverty that lead many to the road of infections or engage in activities that resulted in their infections,

it is poverty that lead many to seek treatment from unqualified medical practitioner, that uses unsterilised needle.
It is a disease that has claimed the lives of millions of nurses, teachers, doctors, miners, soldiers, farmers and craftsmen men and women, these are are army of ordinary men and women necessary in develping the society in the fight against poverty.

As you read this I will urge that you make a contribution towards medical treatment, The need for this has never being higher in a time when funding is not keeping in line with needs , And according to Bill Clinton the most promising way is through very large numbers of people with small donations.

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