Consultations

This section serves as a tool to ensure proper communication among stakeholders and transparency in the development of various documents, proposals, and projects.

Amendment of Law no. 23

Ministry of Health initiated on April 1st, 2011 public consultations on the draft of amending and supplementing Law no. 23 from February 16, 2007 on HIV / AIDS.

Palliative care services

Regulation on the organization of palliative care services for people with HIV / AIDS.


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Events

ribbon 21ST INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE
July 18-22, 2016 / Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa

ribbon Activity Plan for AIDS Candlelight Memorial Day 2016
May 11, 2016 / Republic of Moldova

ribbon Press Conference “HIV is not a sentence”
May 12, 2015 / Ministry of Health, Chisinau

The awareness campaing "HIV is not a sentence" will be launched through a press conference. The campaign is dedicated to the commemoration of those who died of HIV, which is being celebrated and is culminating on the 17th of May. The awareness campaing will be implemented on both banks of Nistru river.

HIV/AIDS News

August 12, 2016
BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS ON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY – YOUNG PEOPLE NEED BETTER ACCESS TO HIV SERVICES

National policies and practices continue to prevent young people (aged 10-24 years) from accessing the HIV, sexual and reproductive health and rights services that they need. On this International Youth Day, UNAIDS calls on national authorities, civil society organizations, youth activists and all stakeholders in the AIDS response to review and challenge national policies, such as those related to age of consent and spousal consent, which may cause young people to be left behind in the HIV response.

July 29, 2016
UNAIDS PARTICIPATES IN CHINA-AFRICA CHILDREN SUMMER CAMP

BEIJING/GENEVA, 29 July 2016—The China-Africa Children Summer Camp opened today under the theme of “Love in the Sunshine”, bringing together 60 young people living with or affected by HIV from China, Ghana, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

August 02, 2016
KENYA REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO ADDRESS STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION

Kenya has reaffirmed its commitment to end HIV-related stigma and discrimination with a new national campaign titled “Kick out HIV stigma”. The campaign, which aims to engage the Kenyan youth through the Maisha County Football League, leverages the power of football to mobilize young people to end HIV stigma and link them to stigma-free HIV testing, treatment and care.