Ministry of Public Health, 2012. 14 p.
Afghanistan. National AIDS Control Program
The World AIDS Day (WAD) has been observed each year since 1988 worldwide. Every year, on the first of December, World AIDS Day comes as an opportunity to look back at our commitments, achievements and shortfalls in HIV prevention, treatment and care. It is an opportunity for awareness-raising and advocacy to gain the commitment of the leadership and policy- makers in response to HIV and AIDS and to draw the attention of the general population and the key affected populations and vulnerable groups to adhere to safety precautions and prevent HIV and AIDS. In addition, the specific objectives of the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) for the WAD were to share information on the program, gain political support, raise NACP profile and address strategic bottlenecks.
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