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Let’s stand together against HIV

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The global HIV response is in danger, despite the fact that HIV remains a major public health issue affecting millions of people worldwide.
According to new UNAIDS data on the global HIV response, progress against the HIV pandemic has stalled in the last two years of COVID-19 and other global crises, resources have shrunk, and millions of lives are at risk as a result.
Division, disparity and disregard for human rights are among the failures that allowed HIV to become and remain a global health crisis.
On December 1, KURA joins the rest of the world in commemorating World AIDS Day 2022, with the theme “Equalize.”
KURA is urging Rwandan youth and citizens to recognize and address the inequalities that are impeding progress in ending AIDS, as well as to equalize access to essential HIV services, particularly for youth and key populations and their partners.
KURA also encourages young people to be responsible when engaging in coitus. Having a child may not be the most dangerous thing you can do.
Other sexually transmitted diseases may prevent youth from fully participating in the country’s development. It is critical to practice safe sex and to get tested for HIV on a regular basis (at least once every three months).
If diagnosed with HIV, remember this is not the end of life. You visit a nearby clinic for counseling and treatment. Do not skip your treatment or be embarrassed to go and seek help.


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