Nicaraguan Group Launches HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign
August 1, 2007
Arely Cano, president of the Nicaraguan HIV/AIDS association, on Monday announced that the group plans to launch a new campaign to fight the disease in the country, Xinhua/People's Daily reports. The campaign aims to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS in Nicaragua and mobilize people to undergo testing and practice safe sex. Cano said results of a study showed that people living with HIV/AIDS in Nicaragua are calling for more employment and more commitment from the government and educators to address the problem.
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