30 November, 2015    

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HIV/AIDS in Nigeria Today
HIV Population: 4,049,596
New AIDS Cases: 239,448
AIDS Deaths this Year: 201,809
Estimates Updated Daily based on the 2001 National HIV/Syphilis Seroprevalence Survey conducted by the Federal Ministry of Health and the Futures Group AIM Model
Nigeria-AIDS is the website of Journalists Against AIDS (JAAIDS) Nigeria, the award-winning media-based non-governmental HIV/AIDS advocacy organisation.
Labour tasks Canada, Nigeria on universal access to HIV/AIDS treatment

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has called on the

Acting President Jonathan Goodluck and Canada to ensure that the forth-coming G20 and G8 meetings scheduled for Ontario prioritise universal access to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support.   more...

Elimination of mother to child HIV transmission possible- Global Fund
The Global Fund has said that the elimination of mother to child HIV transmissions by 2015 is now within reach if its ongoing programes are properly managed.   more...

Fashola, Exco members undergo HIV test
Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State and members of the State Executive Council on Monday went through a free HIV test to determine their status.   more...


Listing of ART sites
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ARV Treatment Sites as of June 2007

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