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Tuesday, 30 November 2021

WORLD AIDS DAY 2021 highlights the urgent need to end inequalities

Indian Community Welfare Organisation – ICWO and Anna Adarsh College for Women, Chennai organized “World AIDS Day 2021” based upon the theme: “End inequalities. End AIDS” on 30th November 2021. Around 100 college students participated from DG Vaishnav College/ Thiruthangal Nadar College/ Presidency College & Loyola College in the World AIDS Day event and took oath that they will NOT discriminate People living with HIV/AIDS. The students have paint face painting with different themes in specific focus on Theme: “End inequalities. End AIDS” - AIDS Educational Face Painting by Youth through social media.

Dr.P.Kuganantham, HOD, Social Medicine and Infectious Diseases - SIMS Hospital, Former City Health Officer, Greater Chennai Corporation, COVID-19. Expert Committee of Tamilnadu Government, Dr.M.Janakiram, MBBS MD, Deputy Director, TNSACS - Tamilnadu State AIDS Control Society and Ms.L.S.Suga Priyanka, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Anna Adarsh College for Women participated in the event. 

Speaking on the occasion Dr.P.Kuganantham said AIDS is not a killer disease; AIDS is a chronic aliment like diabetes and hypertension.  We need to keep up the same spirit of reducing stigma and discrimination against HIV/AIDS. The social financial and medical support for the affected needs to be consolidated from all agencies willing to support the cause.The NGOs and the agencies who are working hard to end this human suffering for the past 3 decades have to be encouraged and supported for future care and support of HIV/AIDS. Let's end the inequalities and end AIDS.

Speaking on the occasion Dr.M.Janakiram said we must identify the inequalities that largely determine who has access to HIV services that meet their needs, who is experiencing HIV transmission and who is dying. Then we must adapt the AIDS response to prioritize programmes, laws, policies and services that will best empower those still being left behind and eliminate  those inequalities.

Speaking on the occasion Ms.L.S.Suga Priyanka said HIV remains a major public health issue that affects millions of people worldwide. Creating awareness provides an opportunity to educate communities around the world about the importance of HIV prevention. MSW Students eagerly participated in Face painting, Charts and Posters creation on the theme: End Inequalities; End AIDS. The students had a very informative session regarding HIV/AIDS. We thank ICWO for organizing this event.


Speaking on the occasion Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary of ICWO said this year World AIDS Day 2021 theme “End inequalities. End AIDS” is it is possible to bring the community with the support of different stake holders to address stigma and decimation against people living with HIV/AIDS in India. Focusing on the same we have organized an event AIDS Educational by Face Painting by youth through social media. The event will be widely shared with different social media platform which includes live streaming in Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram, Koo and more search social media to create an impact among young people to take oath that they do not discriminate people living with HIV/AIDS in India. Indian Community Welfare Organization is a non-profit non-governmental social work organization working for the multiple marginalized communities in specific focus with women and child development for the past 27 years.

 

 

 

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