CiSHAN warns against donor-dependence in combating HIV/AIDS | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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CiSHAN warns against donor-dependence in combating HIV/AIDS | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Aladeyelu Azeez Adebayo, Cishan

CiSHAN warns against donor-dependence in combating HIV/AIDS | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

In commemoration of World AIDS Day, yesterday, the South West Zonal coordinator of Civil Society for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN), Aladeyelu Azeez Adebayo , urged government to end inequalities that drive the disease and other pandemics.

He said if Nigeria fails to take action against inequalities, the nation risks missing the target to end AIDS by 2030, as well as prolonging the COVID-19 pandemic with attendant socio-economic crisis.He regretted that 40 years after the first AIDS case was reported, Nigeria is yet to overcome the scourge. He noted that the world is off track in delivering on shared commitment to end AIDS by 2030, not because of a lack of knowledge or tools to win the fight but because of structural inequalities that obstruct proven solutions to prevention and treatment.

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Speaking in Lagos, Adebayo said the focus of this year’s Day is reaching people untouched by essential HIV services.Specifically, the market capitalisation which opened at N22.Why we found #EndSARS panel’s report unreliable – Lagos AG 1 hour ago The Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Lagos State, Moyosore Onigbanjo (SAN), yesterday, explained that many contradictions in the report of the state’s judicial panel on police brutality made the findings of the panel unreliable.SEAMATA is the umbrella union of traders in all the markets in the South-East geo-political zone and traders of South-East extraction doing business across the states in the federation and in diaspora.

He said if Nigeria fails to take action against inequalities, the nation risks missing the target to end AIDS by 2030, as well as prolonging the COVID-19 pandemic with attendant socio-economic crisis. He regretted that 40 years after the first AIDS case was reported, Nigeria is yet to overcome the scourge.81 per cent to close at N22. He noted that the world is off track in delivering on shared commitment to end AIDS by 2030, not because of a lack of knowledge or tools to win the fight but because of structural inequalities that obstruct proven solutions to prevention and treatment.. He said: “Tackling inequalities is a long-standing global promise, the urgency of which has only increased. Also, the NGX All-Share Index inched lower by 784. In 2015, all countries pledged to reduce inequalities within and between countries as part of the Sustainable Development Goals. The statement reads in part: “Between 2020 and now, the amount charged on cargoes as import duties have risen in geometric proportion from N750,000 to N2 million, again to N3 million and presently, to N3.

The Global AIDS Strategy 2021–2026, End Inequalities, End AIDS and the Political Declaration on AIDS adopted at the 2021 United Nations High-Level Meeting on AIDS have ending inequalities as their core target.81 per cent to close at 42,463. “Tackling inequalities will advance the human rights of key populations and people, who are living with HIV, make societies better prepared to beat COVID-19 and other pandemics and support economic recovery and stability.” In this article .05 on Tuesday.