World Aids Day 2007

Posted on 1 December 2007. Filed under: Public Health |

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Within the overall campaign theme of “Stop AIDS. Keep the promise”, World AIDS Day 2007 focuses on encouraging leadership on HIV throughout all levels and sectors of society

World AIDS Day presents an annual opportunity for us to reflect on the way that HIV and AIDS affects us – personally, within our local communities, and globally.

It allows us to consider how best we can continue to work with our partners overseas to best respond to the challenges of HIV and AIDS.

It is important to remember that leaders are not just those in the highest offices – much of the best leadership has been demonstrated at a more local level by communities.

World Aids Day 2007 – Statements from around the Globe

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