HIV Awareness Month

katie06's picture

I can not begin to express how excited I am that The Well Project is playing an intricate part in establishing a National AIDS Awareness Month! This thrills me to the core!

While we currently have World AIDS Day, one day is simply not enough. The opportunity to spread a message for an entire month is a gift!

Society needs to be educated about HIV/AIDS. They need to understand that it does not discriminate and that it's impact is great. This disease could potentially be eradicated, or at the very least greatly reduced, through education.

Thank you The Well Project for being apart of something GREAT!

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The Vine Events's picture

I just want to commend your organization on making a difference in the lives of women affected/effected by HIV.

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celina5000's picture

I agree totally. AIDS awareness month is an evolving improvement to educating the public and to extend many wonderful projects that are already in place.

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seddens@thewellproject.org's picture

Katie--thank you for your kind words! We look forward to working together with the AGLM bloggers to raise HIV awareness! Wishing you all the best!

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miriam's picture

Dear Katie, thanks a lot for this brilliant idea, I do it almost on a daily basis. its the only way we can eradicate AIDS in our communities. just keep me informed and i will help with the advocacy. wish you the best

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