CARICOM Secretariat Staff Association donates to NAPS Food Bank
In observance of 2013 World AIDS Day the Staff Association of the CARICOM Secretariat solicited food items from staff members for donation to the Ministry of Health-National AIDS Programme Secretariat (NAPS) Food Bank.
Guyana: HIV/AIDS and the right to work: Govt. to table HIV regulations in parliament
The Government, through the Minister of Labour, Dr. Nanda Kishore Gopaul will table in the National Assembly during today’s sitting (Thursday, December 18) regulations to further protect HIV afflicted persons in the workplace.
Jamaica: Long-awaited National policy on HIV/AIDS to be launched today
A National Policy on HIV and AIDS to be formally launched today by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS), will address, among other key issues, the hot button topic of HIV and AIDS within the workplace.
Walk in my shoes — UNAIDS Board devotes key session to HIV, adolescents and youth
A major concern in the global response to HIV is how to ensure that young people take their rightful place as active participants with access to high quality HIV services and the right skills and knowledge to adopt strategies to stay safe, delivered in a supportive environment.
Scientists discover how immune cells die during HIV infection; identify potential drug to block AIDS
Research led by scientists at the Gladstone Institutes has identified the precise chain of molecular events in the human body that drives the death of most of the immune system's CD4 T cells as an HIV infection leads to AIDS.
"My best wishes to PANCAP and the whole Caribbean, all the best in 2014" - Bilali Camara, UNAIDS
"I wish to say happy holidays to the entire staff, you have been doing a great job when it comes to keeping the world up to date with what's happening in a world where HIV and AIDS is still a social problem, and a medical condition that continues to be a daily challenge for may persons living with this virus. Thanks for all the great work you've been doing, and sharing it with the rest of the world, hoping to see this global epidemic come to an end soon.God bless." - Gary Gumbs, Anguilla
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