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A red lace is put on the sleeves of a man by his companion to show support for individuals living with HIV during a program to bring issues to light with regards to AIDS on World AIDS Day in Kathmandu December 1, 2013. 

The eThekwini Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal says there has been a disturbing pace of new HIV diseases among young ladies and young ladies somewhere in the range of 13 and 19-years of age. 

The district has dispatched a program to assist with diminishing the pace of HIV contaminations and physically sent infections. 

It is likewise uplifting individuals to continue treatment for HIV and TB. Certain individuals halted their treatment when wellbeing administrations were upset by the episode of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

As a component of the mission dispatch, Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda visited the Cato Manor Clinic and Children's Home. 

"Today we were dispatching our conduct change program which is important for the commonplace government level by the workplace of the head.

The greater part of the quantities of diseases particularly among youngsters from 13 years to 19 years they are based around the space of Cato Manor, Cato Crest, and the environmental factors, so we are to be sure ready to focus on that gathering, that area of the adolescent so we can lecture them that we need to empower them, that they need to know their status on TB and HIV and AIDS."

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Cato Crest Cato Manor Clinic HIV KwaZulu-Natal Mxolisi Kaunda


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