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Senior Church Leaders in Lesotho Pledge to Fight AIDS

Fourteen of the most renowned church leaders in Lesotho have signed a declaration pledging to fight against HIV/AIDS which is ravaging the country, the UN Action Against AIDS (UNAIDS) said in a statement from Maseru on Wednesday. "The tragic toll of the AIDS epidemic, brings compelling urg...

Swaziland And Lesotho Sees Sharp Increase In AIDS/HIV Population

An UN official has said that the AIDS/HIV population has been consistently increasing in Swaziland with nearly 43 percent of its population being infected, including more than half of all pregnant women aged 25-29. // Swaziland and Lesotho, with a prevalence rate of 25 percent, are the Afric...

(RED)ZONES Launch at First U2 360 Degrees Concert in Barcelona

... to the Global Fund in just three years is over $130 million. This is not only helping hundreds of thousands of people in Rwanda, Swaziland, Ghana and lesotho where the money is at work on the ground but (RED), through its partners' marketing efforts is also having a tremendous impact on public awareness of ...

Bentley University Presents Fifth Annual Bentley Leadership Forum, in Cooperation With TIME

... a few small villages in Haiti's Central Plateau and expanding to Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Russia, the urban United States, Rwanda, and most recently, lesotho and Malawi. An impressive group of featured speakers will also share how their organizations are taking on global challenges including establishi...

Shortage of Doctors and Nurses Affects AIDS Treatment in Africa

... Malawi is already doing this, and a new AIDS plan recently adopted in South Africa also shifts treatment away from hospitals to community-based care. lesotho also has nurse-based treatment but there simply aren't enough nurses. The report also pointed the finger at donor countries, which pay for antir...

Prince Harry Launches AIDS Charity In Memory Of Princess Diana

...harity, which is called "Sentebale", meaning "Forget me not". The 21-year-old prince told the BBC that he wanted to help the stricken children of lesotho and believed that his mother would be "very happy" at his initiative. The name he has given the charity is a poignant tribute to Princess Diana,...

AIDS testing gets support from Bill Clinton

...t.” Clinton has a foundation which has been working to bring quality medical care and cheaper drugs to sufferers in poor countries, said this year lesotho would become the first country to do universal testing. As explained by him, "The whole idea is to treat this as a public health problem, not as ...

Need of the Hour: Viable Strategies against AIDS

... of the social taboos associated and follow the example of African countries that are battling widespread AIDS in their own imitable ways. For example lesotho has a KYS, or "Know Your Status," policy in place which has been taken up on a national basis so that individuals are aware of their own standing vis-...
Lesotho in Biological News

Laboratory professionals in Africa receive training under AIDS Relief Plan

...th Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Haiti, Guyana, Zambia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Viet Nam. ASCP will be working in Ethiopia, Tanzania, South Africa, Zambia, lesotho and Swaziland. In the past year, 14 ASCP volunteer members have played roles assessing the situation in Africa, serving as trainers, and participa...
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