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Topic initiated on Wednesday, December 2, 2009  -  8:13 AM Reply with quote
World AIDS Day~A moment to THINK!

What we want and where are we going. Is Treatment better than Prevention??

"World AIDS Day the 1st December
Started on 1st December 1988, World AIDS Day is about raising money, increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving education. The World AIDS Day theme for 2009 is 'Universal Access and Human Rights'. World AIDS Day is important in reminding people that HIV has not gone away:
7,700 new diagnoses in the UK in 2008
There are over 80,000 people living with HIV in the UK."

At a BASHH Course (British Association of Sexual Health and HIV)last year in Piccadilly Circus London, one of the lecturers exclaimed, "I am surprised how people are travelling peacefully in the trains and having coffee in the restaurants of this city, when London is going to blast off soon with AIDS!" I just looked at the nearly 90 degrees graph of the rising statistics he projected on the projector and thousands of innocent young & beautiful faces came in front of my eyes that I saw that morning while travelling from Berks to London-on the roads, trains and buses. They deserve to live, they deserve to remain as fresh flowers as they are, it is their right to enjoy the blessings of this life and youth God has granted them with. The Devil must not be able to snatch their smiles away; the society must not leave them to die in the hands of evil. They need to be educated about the preventive measures to protect them from the deadly virus like HIV.

Posted - Wednesday, June 16, 2010  -  7:37 PM Reply with quote

We at Civil concept foundation sends our warn greetings to our entire
members worldwide. And with great enthusiasm, we wish
to invite groups, youths and organization to be part of our forthcoming combined
international conference on “Human trafficking and spread of HIV” taking place in the United States and the UK.

The combined conferences are of two segments

Firstly, one shall commence in shall commence on the 20th July till the 23rd of July 2010, at Waterfront Auditorium 192 Harbor Avenue. S.W.Seattle , WA 98126

The second segment shall commence on the 26th July till 29th of July 2010 at Pavilion Theatre, 74 Cross Way, Havant, and Hampshire , PO9 1NG


This gathering is a venue to share data and information on the issue of sex trafficking of women and children from various researches, case studies and individual experiences. It is also a venue to come up with unities and resolutions to effectively address immediate and long-term issues regarding sex trafficking and draw concrete plan in international information and education campaign, policy advocacy and the necessary services which can be extended to the women and children survivors of sex trafficking.

The time has come to unite and stand together to expose and oppose sex-trafficking with the continued increase in the number of sex trafficked women and children. We have noticed that this is an incredible means of interacting with different organizations of the world
on a particular issue as it affects human trafficking.

The conference aims to:

1. Document data on the human sex-trafficking and spread of HIV based on the context of the global statistics and economic situation.

2. Exchange work experiences with individuals and organizations from other countries undertaking campaign against sex trafficking;

3. Draw a complete plan of action on international advocacy - an international education and public information campaign - on the sex trafficking of women and children.

4. Come up with a standard on service component and recommendations in policy-making bodies both locally and internationally.

Moreover, funding may be provided for individuals from qualifying organizations.
Provisions have been made for all delegates to this event, all round tickets, feeding

and accommodation in USA by our sponsors. All delegates will take care of their feeding and accommodation in UK , as our resources do not cover that.

Mode of application:

Interested organizations should forward the following information about

their organization.

1. Aims and objectives of their organization

2. Organization profile

3. Achievements so far.

Only groups with delegates between the numbers of three
and ten selected members would be allowed to
participate from each of the selected countries.
Individuals who do not belong to any of the organizations but are interested to participate

should form a group of at least three.
For inquiries please write us at EMAIL: yossoufomar@sify.com
Send applications now.

Yours Faithfully

Roseline Jammeh

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