Jordan's Health Ministry Launches HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign Aimed at University Students
February 5, 2009
Jordan's Ministry of Health has launched an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign at the country's University of Science and Technology and plans to implement the campaign in all 50 public and private universities and colleges nationwide, Bassam Hijjawi, director of the department of disease control, announced on Monday, the Jordan Times reports. According to Hijjawi, the one-year campaign promotes HIV testing among students and will be run in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education.
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