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High-level platform of the African Union with specific mandate to lead advocacy, resource mobilization & accountability efforts to end AIDS,TB & Malaria by 2030
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Presidency | Rwanda Dec 9
President Kagame is in Nairobi, Kenya where he joined leaders from across the world for the 9th African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) Group of States Heads of State & Government Summit.
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 9
Ahead of the Summit in 2020, is meeting with experts in to prepare the 2019 continental progress report in Nairobi, Kenya.
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 6
Congratulations ! We look forward to working with you to advance global health changes in Africa.
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Stop TB Partnership Dec 5
Congratulations to our TB ambassador on becoming a doctor 👏🎉. You have been an incredible support in helping us raise TB awareness and we wish you the very best for your new endeavours!
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RwandaHealth Dec 5
Replying to @DonaldKaberuka
Dr. : This is not a dollar problem, it is an issue of leadership. Until we teach and show our leaders there is no point in investing in an economy, if there is no investment in the future.
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 5
Dr. Benjamin shares with global partners attending the AU Political Declarartion on Viral Hepatitis Declaration awaiting endorsement by Heads of States in Feb 2020.
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 5
"Investments must match political leadership. And we can learn from the countries that are already on the path to Hepatitis elimination." emphasises during
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 5
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 5
"Over 80% of people cannot get the services they need to test and treat their Hepatitis. We need to build strong advocacy and partnerships to mobilise sustainable financing and joint effort against Hepatitis." presents during
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Leon Essink Dec 4
Kate Thomson: "We hope that lessons learned from country coordinating mechanisms in which vulnerable and key populations are represented can be advocated for" We need to make sure that are not left out!
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UN Women Africa Dec 4
"Forced sexual intercourse increases the risk of infection, fighting contributes to stopping the spread of the virus" addresses thousand girls in joint sensitization & exchanges with students of Lycée Caron with during
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First Lady of Rwanda Dec 4
Replying to @FirstLadyRwanda
First Lady Jeannette : We also work to improve communication between parents and adolescents, and to reintegrate within their families.
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 5
has bold plan to eliminate Viral over the next years. We look forward to seeing the fruits of the country's hardwork.
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Sarah-Leigh Elago Dec 4
In ALL honesty, HIV/AIDS isn't as terminal as it was in the 70s/80s & 90s. What our First Ladies and all leaders need to give attention to as a matter of URGENCY is make screening for Diabetes, HBP, HPV and Cancers FREE. Make the HPV prevention shot FREE for & to EVERY lady!
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AIDS Watch Africa Dec 4
"Ending HIV among adolescent girls and young women. What will it take?" H.E. Mrs Jeannette Kagame, the First Lady of Rwanda shares her thoughts during in a session by
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(RED) Dec 2
AIDS is not over and continues to be one of the greatest health and development challenges of our time. This is why we are determined to play our part. In honor of this week, we’re joining with in the fight to . Join us:
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Katarzyna Lalak Dec 4
Put the last mile first satellite session "we have to refine the universal health coverage package (...) we the young people of africa make up 65% of the population of the continent, if we stand together we can make more!
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Rwanda NGO Forum on HIV/AIDS and HP Dec 4
You are invited in the afternoon session on Domestic Ressource Mobilization from 2 to 5Pm at Kigali Marriot Hotel CSOs have done alot of campaign to mobilize ressources to end HIV we will be sharing experiences, best practices & challenges faced to strengthern our strategies.
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Christine Stegling Dec 4
We are talking about in Zimbabwe in the context where we have a policies look good on paper but where we now have a health sector in crisis -poor people are no longer accessing even basic health services.
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Clare Morrison Dec 4
At the afternoon session Felicita Hikuam presents the Call to Action on UHC. It aims to ensure HIV activists and communities get the UHC they want and deserve!! ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏿
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