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|HIV/AIDS Prevention in Asia-Pacific – What Does Youth Have to Say?
This is a collection of short videos of young people answering the questions “Why does HIV matters?” and “What can you do to contribute to the fight against HIV?”.
|ICAAP11 Video News Release: HIV prevention among Burmese migrants|
|ICAAP11 Ad: Nat Sakdatorn of GMM Grammy|
|ICAAP11 Ad: Phagkamon "Lookpong" Punyabhuti of Academy Fantasia|
|ICAAP11 News||ICAAP11 Blog|
|6 November – In the News
UN Calls for More Ideas to Fight AIDS
Though the number of new HIV infections has been dropping for several years, Thailand and other Asia-Pacific countries need to invest more in developing innovations to fight the spread of the AIDS-causing virus, according to the United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAIDS).
16 September – In the News
Standard Chartered Bank (Thailand) Invites You to Join a Race Towards Healthy Society
At this year’s Bangkok Marathon, Standard Chartered Thailand is encouraging runners and their families to unite under the theme ‘Run for a Reason: Get to Zero HIV’.
21 April – In the News
Communities Should Rely on Themselves to Tackle HIV/AIDS: Mechai
People don't need to just wait for governments to help them overcome problems in their own communities. Many communities in various countries, including Thailand, have proved successful in combating HIV/AIDS, a recent meeting of international partners dealing with HIV/Aids was told.