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The Peopleís Development Party extended a contributory hand over the weekend in mobilizing students in Makerere for the Awareness Match around Wandegeya and finally to Nkrumah Grounds under the theme "Universal Access to HIV/AIDS Services& Human Rights."
The event was officiated with Major Lubalamira Lubanga who has boldly confessed
being HIV +ve always!
It should be only an issue of distributing condoms in Institutions of learning and public places but to fully inculcate knowledge that will both boast moral fabric as well as sensitization.
The police, Army, schools, higher institutions of learning, places of worship and the various communities should all be in position to access counseling & testing services.
Personally I have just tested and if journalists, celebrities, religious & cultural leaders and politicians could then the better.
We must agree that medical personells who steal medicine for there clinics from government stores should be subjected to severe punishments.
We regret allowing medicine to rote or expire in government stores yet patients die-that must not happen again.
PDP reminds Ugandans that HIV/AIDS is real, kills and has no cure but can be prevented.
HIV infected pregnant women should not give any excuse for giving birth to HIV+ babies because science proves now that itís possible to produce children who are Ėve by +ve parents.
Scientists have also identified Pre & Post Exposure Prophylaxis which is taking ARVs before and after sex which prevents acquiring the virus.
For women who may have been raped, if they can access and take these ARVs within 72 hours, it`s a guarantee 98% that they will not acquire the virus as well.
Peopleís Development Party appreciates all HIV/AIDS sensitization programs that include adverts running on various Fm stations and televisions by different organizations. We believe that married couples will reform, be faithful and rate at which HIV/AIDS spread will drop.
Long Live Our
Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin
Peopleís Development Party National Coordinator.