60 percent ofnal Conference for people with HIV / AIDS in Papua New GuineaPapua New Guinea opened the first National Conference for People Living with HIV Sunday / in the capital Port Moresby by Jamie Maxtone-Graham, chairman of the Special Parliamentary Committee Committee Combating HIV AIDS, the Papua New Guinea Post-Courier reports. The three-day event – which is funded by the Australian Government through Sanap Wantaim, Australia’s HIV / AIDS program with Papua New Guinea – is expected draw about 150 people living with HIV. After the Post-Courier, about 60 percent of HIV-positive people in the country have not publicly given her HIV status announced.
Anne Malcom, team leader Sanap Wantaim that Australia HIV epidemic in HIV epidemic in Papua New Guinea and to help the country increase the committed long-term response to the virus. Community Development Minister Dame Carol Kidu said the conference is because of the few people living with HIV in Papua New Guinea, the public can show their status. She added that there was a few years ago an even greater fear for HIV in the country. Kidu also urged advocates issues issues such as TB access to medicines in their efforts to combat HIV / AIDS drug access in the country include.‘Our research suggests, approaches for the prevent obesity have to young children are,’said Ms Sutherland, an Accredited practicing Dietitian. High socio-economic Association of Australia Executive Director Claire Hewat said: ‘It be time for us everyone thought fight question of who is guilty or who has ‘the reply ‘and exploring an array of solutions needed any useful action has.