Where Did Aids Come From

      Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS is believed to have originated from Africa around 1940. The tests carried out on the blood sample collected from the earliest known HIV infected person (collected in 1959, from Kinshasa, More...

Early Syptoms Of HIV

Early Syptoms Of Hiv       HIV, which stands for ‘human immunodeficiency virus’ is the causative organism that is responsible for causing AIDS in a person of any age group. AIDS actually develops about 5 to 10 years after contracting an HIV infection.More...


HIV Discrimination In The Workplace

Hiv Discrimination In The Workplace        According to UNAIDS, HIV discrimination is defined as ‘the unfair and unjust treatment of an individual based on his or her real or perceived HIV status”.More...

 


AIDS Population In Africa Figures

Aids Population In Africa Figures

 

      AIDS is a sexually transferred disease which is affecting various parts of the world. It is commonly found in males, females as well as children, and it can even transfer from a pregnant woman to her new born baby.More...





World AIDS Day History
World Aids Day History

         It was during the World Summit of Ministers of Health on AIDS, held in London during January 1988, that the representatives of about 140 countries decided to get together in their fight against AIDS and expressed their solidarity in this noble endeavor.More...