NAPS/MOH honours long standing workers, organisations that have impacted on HIV/AIDS


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NAPS/MOH honours long standing workers, organisations that have impacted on HIV/AIDS

At its annual Appreciation Ceremony held on Friday at the Cara Lodge, the National AIDS Programme Secretariat (NAPS) honoured several individuals and organisations that dedicated their energies for a number of years to impact the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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Guyana launched HIV Case Reporting Standard Operating Procedures

The Ministry of Health Guyana launched its HIV Case Reporting Standard Operating Procedures on 10 December 2013. The procedures were developed in partnership with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grantee, the National Alliance of State and Territorial Directors (NASTAD).

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Guyana Takes Control of New Health Commodities Supply Chain

Drugs, test kits benefit people living with HIV and AIDS

Guyana, a small country in the Caribbean, now benefits from a 21st century supply chain that provides health commodities, including safe and effective antiretroviral drugs for Guyanese who are living with HIV, and reliable kits to test those at risk.

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Ending the AIDS epidemic is a matter of human rights

I believe we can end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. This is a goal we should all aspire to––but it can only happen if the human rights of all people vulnerable to and living with HIV are realized.

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Global Fund: Quash Human Rights Barriers

In honor of International Human Rights Day, the Global Fund made an appeal to break down all human rights barriers to health, a critical factor in the goal of defeating AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

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CARICOM Secretary General joins in observing 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) recognises that gender-based violence continues to be a serious problem across the Region.

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Antigua: 3H launches ‘condom campaign’

Local authorities are planning to maximise the US$67,000 allocated by the German government, as part of an overall an €8 million (US$10.4 million) grant to the Caribbean Community (Caricom) to help the region intensify the war against HIV/AIDS.

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The Grenada/HIV initiative

Scotiabank, Grenada Electricity Services and Owner of Calabash Hotel, Leo Garbutt are the first contributors to the newly established Grenada HIV Care Foundation/Scotiabank initiative.

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