ARE WE COMMUNICATING ENOUGH?
Since the beginning of the epidemic, experience has demonstrated that significant advances in the response to HIV have been achieved when there is strong committed leadership and more community active involvement. However, leaders are often not those in the highest offices. For example Government, large charities and community leaders.
Leadership must be demonstrated at every level to get ahead of the disease – in families, in communities, locally, regionally. Nationally and internationally. Much of the best leadership on HIV/AIDS has been demonstrated within civil society organisations and individual activists who often challenge the status quo.
It has always been my personal mission is to ensure that this government and policy makers from a parts of the globe to meet the targets they have agreed and mobilize the necessary resources required in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
SO AGAIN, ARE WE COMMUNICATING ENOUGH?
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