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SAfAIDS Statement on the Day of the African Child – Ending Child Marriage is a Priority

SAfAIDS today joins African Union (AU) Member States in commemorating the Day of the African Child. The commemoration is held to honour the 1976 Soweto uprising, which resulted in South African school children losing their lives to police gunfire during a protest against the apartheid-imposed Afrikaans Medium [education] Decree.

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SAfAIDS Young4Real…Her Journey to Success

Princess Sibanda is one of the SAfAIDS Brand Ambassadors under the Young4Real Programme. She had the opportunity to interact with young people from the Provinces that SAfAIDS implements the Young4Real Programme, which works to equip young people with skills that will enable them to embrace their Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights with responsibility.

Soft-core pornography may fuel negativity toward women, endorse rape myths

NOTTINGHAM, 18 June 2016 (medicalnewstoday) - Individuals who often look at photographs of semi-naked women and other forms of soft-core pornography may become desensitized to such images, hold more negative attitudes toward women, and endorse myths about rape, suggests a new study.

People who inject drugs have other priorities ahead of PrEP

BANGKOK, 17 June 2016 (aidsmap) - People who inject drugs have fundamental concerns about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and the manner in which it being promoted, according to a consultation conducted by the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD). With limited availability of harm reduction services, poor access to HIV treatment and little progress on legal reform, respondents suggested that people who inject drugs have more pressing needs than PrEP. One activist commented:

Sex, Sugar Daddies and HIV in South Africa

KHAYELITSHA, 16 June 2016 (usnews) - It's the middle of sex education class in Zola Business High School and 90 teenage boys and girls are laughing and talking through a presentation about birth control, condoms and HIV.

SAfAIDS Statement on the Day of the African Child – Ending Child Marriage is a Priority

SAfAIDS today joins African Union (AU) Member States in commemorating the Day of the African Child. The commemoration is held to honour the 1976 Soweto uprising, which resulted in South African school children losing their lives to police gunfire during a protest against the apartheid-imposed Afrikaans Medium [education] Decree.

SAfAIDS Commitment to Blood Donations Gets Recognition

SAfAIDS Media Desk, 15 June 2016 (Tariro Makanga-Chikumbirike) -SAfAIDS last night was amongst corporates and blood donors who received recognition from the National Blood Service Zimbabwe (NBSZ) for its commitment and support to ensuring adequate blood stocks in Zimbabwe. The awards were part of the World Blood Donor Day commemorations, which fall each year on 14 June.

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