Within the framework of World HIV Day, Mayor Alejandra Rogigues I led a Health Day, implemented in collaboration with UNAIDS and the Pan American Health Organization, to coordinate actions in HIV treatment and access to health care for boys and girls experiencing transformative childhoods.
“It is all about coordination and action by municipalities regarding the treatment of people with HIV and access to health care for boys and girls with trans childhoods. We act as a responsible municipality within the framework of the Paris Agreement,” the affidavit, which was signed two years ago, said. “In active case finding and in combined HIV prophylaxis and subsequent treatment, which we also implement through health services. We will continue on this path, more committed than ever to be able to end this epidemic,” said Laura Macchioni.
Holding this event in Tave Viejo means not only the importance that the municipality attaches to HIV prevention, but also training and working with health teams, including the Secretariats of Women, Gender, Diversity, Cultures and Education.
he Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (known by the abbreviation UNAIDS) is a United Nations program designed to coordinate the activities of various United Nations agencies specialized in the fight against AIDS.
They participated in the initiative Daniel AmadoDeputy Minister of Health; YesArg MullinExternal consultant on HIV at the United Nations Development Programme. Marcelo AvilaPAHO Advisor on HIV, Hepatitis and Tuberculosis; Diego BorisonicGender Assistant for the United Nations Development Programme; Claudia LucenaTucuman HIV Coordination Unit; Laura McEoneDirector of Municipal Public Health and Municipal Authorities.
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