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Promoting integration of HIV prevention and SRH to better serve women and girls
Last year the Eswatini HIV Recent Incidence Surveillance (EHRIS), gave alarming results about 10 Tinkhundla which had the highest increase in new HIV infections. This became a cause for concern for the multisectoral HIV response as new infections were higher among adolescent girls and young women. Without a doubt, this means this population is engaging in unprotected sex thereby posing a huge risk to HIV acquisition.
The Connection between TB and HIV
The week has been an eventful one where we celebrated World TB Day and spread messages around the importance of ensuring fast tracked Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) and Tuberculosis (TB) treatment in people living with HIV because, this ultimately saves lives.
WORLD TUBERCULOSIS DAY
Each year, the world commemorates World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic.
Supporting Someone Living with HIV
…… Having a solid understanding of HIV is essential in supporting your loved one. Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been discussing and delving deep into the issue of self-acceptance about your HIV status which is highly beneficial in gaining the necessary confidence to disclose your HIV status to your partner.
The Face of HIV is Increasingly Younger
Let us address Gender equality today for a sustainable HIV response tomorrow #BreakTheBias.
FOCUS ON THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS, NOT THE FRIGHT Sibhekene ngco! ne AIDS, asiyesabi
NERCHA Council, Management, Staff and all stakeholders in the national multisectoral HIV Response, send profound gratitude to His Majesty King Mswati III for the speech from the Throne delivered during the state opening of the 4th session of the 11th Parliament on Friday 4th February 2022. Bayethe Wena Waphakathi!