World AIDS day: Bust the taboo and read to know more
The purpose of celebrating this day is to make people aware of AIDS or “Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome” and spreading enough awareness to bust the taboo revolving around it.
World AIDS Day has been observed by WHO every year since 1988 on 1 December. The purpose of celebrating this day is to make people aware of AIDS or “Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome”. It is caused by a fatal disease infection caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Not only this, the human body cannot get rid of HIV and there is no treatment , because of which a person can even die. The Government and Non-Government Organizations continue to educate for prevention and control of AIDS.
World AIDS Day is amongst the 11 official global health campaigns by the World Health Organization. Along with this, World Health Day, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, World Vaccination Week World Malaria Day, World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, World Blood Donor Day, World Tobacco Prohibition Day, World Hepatitis Day, World Patient Safety Day are celebrated to you. Let us know that on this day, it is important for us to take initiative to raise awareness about HIV AIDS. Here are some things that you can do today to let people know about preventative measures.
You wear a red ribbon today and post a picture with #WorldAIDSDay on your social media profile. You can also write an informative caption with a photo that will help people understand the importance of this day. Along with this, you can also make some ribbons for your friends and also include them in this campaign.
Arrange discussion groups
You can arrange a discussion session with all your friends or you can also record and record online session to talk about HIV AIDS and its prevention measures. With this, you can post discussion sessions on your social media profile so that people can get to know about it.
If you know someone who has an impressive story about AIDS, then share it with others so that people can become aware.
Reach out to organizations working on AIDS
You can also contact the organization working on AIDS, so that people can become more aware.
There are many misconceptions about HIV AIDS, so talk to people about them and also share their real facts.