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Monday, December 1, 2008

World AIDS Day

Indian students and youths hold candles after a procession held to mark 'World AIDS Day', in New Delhi, 01 December 2008. India is home to 8.2 million patients of HIV/AIDS. As the globe marked world AIDS Day an estimated 90 million people are living with HIV worldwide. AIDS has killed more than 25 million people, United Nations reports that somebody in the world is newly infected with HIV every 8 seconds


www.GiveIndia.org December 1, 2008 at 5:31 PM  

The HIV/AIDS crisis in India continues to shatter so many lives — young women widowed and deserted, thousands of children have been orphaned and entire families shunned because of the stigma of this deadly disease.

Luckily, there are NGOs that extend a hand of support to these people in their time of need by providing shelter, food and medical care. Many of these NGOs can be found on GiveIndia, an online donation portal that connects donors with causes they care about.

Visit our special AIDS Day page here


nituscorner December 2, 2008 at 7:47 AM  

Sometimes i wonder which is a more deadlier disease.....AIDS or TERRORISM which grips our country. A lot of organisation are doing wonders for those unfortunate people suffering from AIDS and hats off to them. But sadly none for the latter.

JHAROKHA January 2, 2009 at 9:39 PM  

Snigdha ji,
Mere blog kee sadasya banane ke liye apko hardik dhanyavad.Apke dvara likhe gaye likhon se yuvaon ke sath hee har vyakti ko kafee achchhee jankariyan milengee.
Nav Varsha kee shubhkamnaon ke sath.

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