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What’s the prescription for an ‘AIDS-free’ Canada?

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December 7, 2013
By Laurie Edmiston, CATIE

Where does Canada stand in realizing the dream of being AIDS-free?

Globally, there is good news. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that in 2012, 13 countries, many in the African continent, showed an annual growth in the number of people on anti-retroviral therapy outpacing the number of new HIV infections. This 'tipping point' is a welcome development and an important step toward the ultimate goal of 'getting to zero': zero new infections, zero AIDS-related deaths and zero discrimination.

Mise à jour le Vendredi, 06 Décembre 2013 17:59

Teens With HIV: The Forgotten Generation?

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December 6, 2013
By Nicci Stein, The Teresa Group and Adrian Betts, AIDS Committee of Durham Region

This week, as we mark World AIDS Day, something of a spotlight is being shone on the needs of adolescents. The 6th Stocktaking Report on Children and AIDS reports that adolescents are the only age category globally in which the number of AIDS-related deaths has increased since 2005. And that increase is not insignificant. AIDS-related deaths amongst those aged 10-19 years increased by 50 per cent from 2005 to 2012. The World Health Organization has also just released its "Guidance on HIV Testing, Counselling and Care for Adolescents Living with HIV".
Mise à jour le Vendredi, 06 Décembre 2013 17:25

To Truly Prevent HIV, We Need to Let Go of Stigma and Discrimination

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December 5, 2013
By Dara Gordon, Intern, CIDA/DFATD's International Youth Internship Program (IYIP)

I've been living in Antigua and Barbuda as an intern through CIDA/DFATD's International Youth Internship Program (IYIP) for four months working with an HIV prevention organization and while the weather is balmy and the beaches are sunny, HIV is just as present here as it is elsewhere in the world. In fact, outside of Sub-Saharan Africa, research shows that the Caribbean has the highest HIV prevalence rate in the world. But the discourse of HIV in the Caribbean isn't about access to anti-retrovirals (ARVs) nor is it about children orphaned by AIDS or increasing the number of HIV positive pregnant women accessing testing at antenatal clinics as the discussions often are in many African countries.

Mise à jour le Vendredi, 06 Décembre 2013 17:21

Don't Racialize AIDS Discourse -- Our Needs Don't Define Who We Are

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By Vijaya Chikermane, Executive Director, ASAAP

World AIDS Day marks one of the most gripping health epidemics in human history. With all eyes on AIDS, this day is an opportunity to acknowledge milestones achieved, and more importantly, to remind us that it's not over.

Over the weekend I read Sarah Liss's article, "The Second Coming of AIDS" and found it moving and exciting. It covers the changing course of the movement and reminds us of the importance of outrage, strength and activism. I was particularly excited to see a racialized person at the forefront of a mainstream article who was well-represented and drove his own story.

Mise à jour le Vendredi, 06 Décembre 2013 17:26

Gender Inequalities + Ageism = Hardship for the Grandmothers of Africa

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December 4, 2013
By Marilyn Coolen, Peggy Edwards, and Pat Evans, Grandmothers Advocacy Network (GRAN) 

The grandmothers in sub-Saharan Africa face triple jeopardy caused by gender, age and exposure to both communicable and non-communicable diseases that are associated with aging. Many are affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB. At the same time they are invisible in the statistics and often in the public consciousness. They are impacted on many levels by gender inequalities that are intersected by the stigma of aging.

Mise à jour le Vendredi, 06 Décembre 2013 17:27

Communiqué de presse : Le Canada hausse son appui au Fonds mondial

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3 décembre 2013, Ottawa, Toronto, CANADA – La Coalition interagence sida et développement (CISD) et le Conseil international des ONG de lutte contre le sida (ICASO) se réjouissent de l'annonce faite hier, par le Gouvernement du Canada, d'une contribution de 650 millions $ au Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme. Robin Montgomery, directrice générale de la CISD, a commenté ainsi : « Cette contribution représente l'engagement du Canada à l'atteinte du but des Nations Unies de faire en sorte que 15 millions de personnes reçoivent un traitement pour le VIH, d'ici 2015. Nous sommes fiers de constater que la promesse du Canada constitue une hausse de 20 % sur la précédente, et nous espérons que ce geste incitera d'autres leaders mondiaux à faire de même. »

Mise à jour le Mardi, 03 Décembre 2013 19:37

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