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Get the facts talks about HIV/AIDS Awareness for World Aids Day

Despite continuous warnings and advisories, countless persons around the globe, including people in Jamaica, are still not taking the HIV/Aids epidemic seriously. On December 1, Jamaica joined the rest of the international community to observe World Aids Day, and as part of that awareness, Acting Deputy CEO of the JIS Enthrose Campbell interviewed the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager at the Jamaica Aids Support for Life, Xavier Biggs. Listen to this edition of Get the facts to learn more.

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HIVAIDS In Children

Healthline spoke with programme lead for JAPPAIDS, Professor of Paediatrics at the University of the West Indies Mona campus, Celia Christie Samuels.

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$744 Million to Support National HIV/Aids Response

The Government has allocated $744.22 million to support the National HIV/AIDS response in Jamaica. Details are given in the 2017-18 Estimates of Expenditure now before …

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NFPB HIV/AIDS Plans for 2020

The National Family Planning Board, NFPB, has set a goal to significantly reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Jamaica by year 2020.

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National Workplace Policy On HIV And AIDS

HIV and AIDS is a health, economic and workplace issue with the potential to negatively affect productivity and development. Stigma and discrimination help to fuel the spread of HIV and AIDS standing as major obstacles to prevention services as well as to treatment, care and support for people living with the virus.

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