World AIDS Day 2010: Toward Universal Access and Human Rights

World AIDS Day 2010: Toward Universal Access and Human Rights

"It's not over yet." World AIDS Day 2010 at MSH in Cambridge, MA.

Today, MSH teams around the world  observed World AIDS Day by participating in national commemorations and offering HIV testing, counseling, and prevention messages.

  • In Guyana, the GHARP II team announced the winners of a contest among journalists and media houses for the best projects to reduce stigma and discrimination.
  • In Honduras, AIDSTAR-Two supported its partner NGOs in a variety of special events, including puppet shows, health fairs, and HIV rapid test promotion.
  • In Ethiopia, HCSP is having an exhibition booth at the national celebration displaying Information Education Communication materials on PMTCT and stigma and discrimination.
  • At the Cambridge,MA and Arlington, VA office we're wearing red ribbons to remember those we have lost and we've placed a large red ribbon on the outside of the building (pictured above).
  • We participated in the Light for Rights campaign.

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MSH Cambridge, MA office at night, after Light for Rights ceremony, World AIDS Day 2010

 

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