With the little spark of the candle, its wick aflame with the hope that the passing of loved ones from HIV and AIDS shall not be in vain — this is the essence of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial (IACM) held on the third Sunday of May of each year.
Since its inception in 1996, ASP had proudly campaigned for the prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS through special events and direct hands-on volunteer assistance. We welcome individuals of all races, religions and origins who demonstrate an interest in a commitment to volunteer service.
With the opening of iCON Clinic, new campaign posters were made to promote awareness and responsible sexual health.
The global village is getting smaller and is constantly evolving, but what impact can advances in online mobile and social technology have on issues regarding HIV and AIDS?
Getting to Zero – Zero AIDS-Related Deaths: 2011 World AIDS Day Theme Announced – (September 5 – Cape Town, South Africa) World AIDS Day this year is about “Getting to Zero.” Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDS Related Deaths…