World Aids Day is designated 1 December every year since 1988. AIDS This day is dedicated to raising the awareness about the Aids among the people. The “RED RIBBON” is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those people who living with Aids.
AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, HIV can lead to the disease AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). . AIDS is the final stage of HIV infection.
Aids have killed more than 36 million people worldwide. African Americans face the most severe burden of HIV. 3.2 million Children worldwide are living with HIV. They are affected due to their mother. According to World Health Organization, HIV is mostly observed in low- and middle-income countries but the most affected region is Saharan Africa.
The human body is once effected by HIV cannot get rid of it. Scientists are working hard to find the cure and remain hopeful but no safe and effective cure is currently exists.
Aids become the world’s most serious health and development challenges.
The basic purpose of this day to spread the awareness all over the world about the Aids because this virus is still not cures able. Only precaution and care can save from Aids.