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REVEALED: 1,800 youths getting infected with HIV every day

According to Peter Thomson, president of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), 1,800 young people a day are being newly infected with the HIV virus, with young women at particular risk.

New HIV Vaccine Goes On Trial In South Africa

A new vaccine against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is being tested in South Africa in what scientists say is the first large study of an HIV vaccine's effectiveness since 2009.

WHO Issues Guidelines On  HIV Self-Testing To Improve Access To Care

Ahead of tomorrow’s World AIDS Day, the World Health Organization, W.H.O. has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing to improve access to and uptake of HIV diagnosis.
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US Commits $3.4 Billion To  HIV/AIDS In Nigeria

The United States of America has revealed that it has committed more than $3.4 billion to support Nigeria’s anti-HIV/AIDS campaign.

UNAIDS Raises Alarm On Shortage Of HIV Drugs

The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS, has raised an alarm on the shortage of anti-retro viral drugs in various health facilities in Nigeria.


SEC will be strengthened to reposition Nigeria’s capital market, says Finance Minister

THE Federal Government has said it would strengthen the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to reposition the Nigeria’s capital...

Police arrest two herders over Badagry killing

THE Lagos State Police Command has arrested two cattle herders for their alleged involvement in the killing of a...

Poynter offers refugee crisis, US Immigration reform webinar

Poynter is hosting a webinar with the theme: 'How Many, Which Ones? The Refugee Crisis and US Immigration Reform'. The...

Police arrest Gulak’s suspected killer in Imo

THE Imo State Police Command on Monday said it has arrested one of the suspected killers of Ahmed Gulak, an...

2023: Tinubu travels to France for ‘important meetings’

ALL Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Tinubu has travelled to France for undisclosed 'important meetings'. Tinubu, according to his...
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