According to the most recent estimates, nearly 38 million people around the world are living with HIV. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). In 1981, the first cases of AIDS were recorded. Since that time, 75 million people have been infected with HIV. Thousands of millions of people have died as a result of AIDS-related causes.
The AIDS epidemic has been addressed for many decades, especially in the last few decades. Although there is currently no cure, significant strides have been made. The number of newly infected people has decreased. The number of AIDS-related deaths has decreased. In addition, the number of people receiving medical care has increased.
In 1987, the first HIV treatment was introduced. Since then, several drugs have been developed to treat HIV. There are also medications that reduce the risk of contracting HIV by needles or sexual activity. Those with HIV/AIDS are also susceptible to increased life expectancy thanks to early detection and early detection. In 1996, the life expectancy of a 20-year old with HIV was 39 years. Life expectancy is now at 78 years old.
How to celebrate #worldaidsday
Hundreds of events are held around the world to celebrate this day. Many health-care clinics now provide free STD and HIV testing. Film screenings, a memorial AIDS quilt tour, health and wellness fairs, candlelight vigils, and awareness seminars are among the activities that include film screenings, a memorial AIDS quilt tour, health and wellness fairs, candlelight vigils, and awareness seminars.
Attend an event in your neighborhood.
To raise money, wear a red ribbon.
Watch movies about HIV including Philadelphia, The Lazarus Effect, and Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt.
Get HIV tested and encourage your loved ones to do the same.
HIV/AIDS and how to prevent it from happening to your children. Discuss HIV/AIDS and how to prevent it from happening to your children.
Donate to a non-profit that works to educate and assist those living with HIV.
If you have been affected by AIDS, please share your story on social media. Be sure to post it on #WorldAIDSDay so that it can be shared with #WorldAIDSDay. Be sure to post it on #WorldAIDSDay.
History is a day in the world aids day
World AIDS Day, which was established in 1988, was the first international health day. James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter designed the day. Both of them were public information officers for the Global Programme on AIDS. The proposal was accepted by Dr. Jonathan Mann, the company's director. Bunn suggested the date of December 1st. He believes that this date will get the most news coverage by the western news media on record. The date comes after US elections but not longs the Christmas holiday. The White House celebrates World AIDS Day by enforcing a 28-foot red ribbon on the building's North Portico's North Portico. The ribbon represents the United States' pledge to combat the global AIDS epidemic through the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
The following are among the new World Aids Day themes:
Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in 2019: Community by Community.
Know Your Status 2018 – Know Your Status. 2018 – Know Your Status. Know Your Status.
Right to Health, 2017 – Right to Health, Right to Health.
Leadership in 2016. 2016 – Leadership. Commitment. Impact.
The Time to Act is Now, 2015 – The Time to Act is Now.