World AIDS Day – December 1

World AIDS Day – December 1

World AIDS Day is recognized globally every year on December 1 to call attention to the effort to eliminate HIV and AIDS. World AIDS Day is about reminding us all that HIV is an issue for everyone. Hundreds of thousands of new cases of HIV are being diagnosed around the world and the only way we can stop it spreading is by creating a more AIDS Aware society in which everyone takes action. Global Ministries is committed to HIV/AIDS education around the world.

Graphic image from UNAIDS for World AIDS Day that says communities will end AIDS

World AIDS Day Resources

Other HIV/AIDS Links and Resources

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PROGRAMA DE CAMBIO (Program of Change)

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