UNESCO Office in Moscow call the organizations to submit proposals for providing services to implement a complex project, directed to strengthen the potential of youth and student organizations for HIV prevention among key population groups, predisposed to HIV and to prevent stigma and discrimination against HIV affected people.
The red ribbon is a global symbol of the movement against AIDS. Red Ribbon Award is designed to honor and celebrate the extraordinary initiatives of individuals and communities who show involvement and leadership in reducing the spread and impact of AIDS at the national level.
To mark World AIDS Day (December 1), United Nations Joint Programme on HIV / AIDS (UNAIDS) in Moldova, supported by the UN Joint Team on HIV / AIDS and World AIDS Campaign (WAC) in Moldova will organize a contest for the best and valuable initiatives by individuals and organizations in the national response to HIV / AIDS.
Round table on "Sex reported to children"
October 27, 14:00
MAI organize a round table titled - Sex reported to children. Sexual education in family, society and school.
The Republic of Moldova is classified as a concentrated epidemic with evidence of spread of HIV in the general population. The gender dimension of AIDS proves to be a challenge for the Republic of Moldova.
UNAIDS Moldova announces the photo contest “More than Hollow Words: Act to Prevent HIV”. The theme of this contest is “Woman and HIV. Sexual and gender-based violence: STOP!”
UNAIDS is calling for multisectorial Universal Access reviews to take stock of achieving the national targets, identify challenges and obstacles and agree on what needs to be done to achieve Universal access and the Millennium Development Goals.
Training course on "Facility Based HIV Surveillance"
October 13, 2010 / Tehran, Iran
The WHO Collaborating Centre for Capacity Building in HIV Surveillance, located at the Andrija Stampar School of Public Health in Zagreb, Croatia (http://www.surveillancezagreb.org/) has the pleasure of announcing a new training course on "Facility Based HIV Surveillance"