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World AIDS Day 2013

By December 1, 2013 January 28th, 2015 No Comments

World_Aids_Day_RibbonWorld AIDS Day is always an emotional time: it’s a day on which both to take stock and look back; we can see how far we’ve come, but also how much we have left to do. World AIDS Day is a day to remember those no longer with us – and, to honour them, we can also consider how to ensure no one else is lost to HIV and AIDS.

That’s why ‘Getting to Zero’ is such a crucial message this year: zero new infections, zero discrimination, and zero deaths. Together, we can achieve all this.

We’d like to take this opportunity, then, to thank all of our ambassadors, advocates and positive people who do so much to help get the message across. World AIDS Day is a good time to remember how important the work we all do can be to getting to zero. Thank you to everyone who has helped in 2013 … and to everyone who will help in the year to come.

Together, we can get to zero.

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