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WAYS OF FIGHTING STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION AMONG THOSE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN THE SOCIETY
Stigma and discrimination is a major challenge among people living with HIV/Aids among the society. They have faced negletion, inequality, abuse and many other challenges. However these people are potential people in the society therefore this essay has discussed several ways of dealing with this issue of discrimination and stigmatization which upon application these people can comfortably live in the society.
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Table of contents
1.1 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 WAYS OF FIGHTING STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION ON THOSE LIVING WITH HIV/Aids IN THE SOCIETY 1-6
1.3 CONCLUSION 6
1.4 REFERENCES 6
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BOLD CRITICAL AND CREATIVE WAYS OF FIGHTING STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION OF THOSE LIVING WITH HIV/Aids IN THE SOCIETY 1.0 INTRODUCTION Stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/Aids lead to a feeling of guilt and shame amongst those infected and affected. This has also forced people to hide their sero – status thus creating ideal conditions for further spread of infection and reducing people’s access to adequate care and support services Addressing stigma and discrimination has become a global devastating pandemic and therefore the Government’s, ...
... that reduces the stigma and discrimination and eventually also prevalence of HIV in the community. Finally, Aids/aids related stigma reinforces the existing social stereotypes and inequalities especially the gender inequalities. Provision of visible care and supports programs within the community proves to be effective in reducing stigma and discrimination.
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