World kōkua iā ia, Day – Kekemapa 1, 2017 : (essay), Theme, Slogans, Quotes, Nā memo ma, Pehea e hoʻolauleʻa, olelo ana
World kōkua iā ia, ka lā ua hauʻoli no kela makahiki a pau ma luna o ka honua ma luna o 1ST o Dekemaba, e hoala mai i ka lehulehu kaʻike e pili ana i kōkua iā ia, (Loaʻa iā ia kekahi Immuno Deficiency maʻi pale). Kōkua iā ia, He he pandemic maʻi, kena ae la no ia o ka maʻiʻaʻai o hōʻike 'Immunodeficiency mea hoʻomaʻi (HIV). I ka lā ua kaulana ma na papa hana aupuni, NGOs, kanawai ke kaiāulu kanaka, a me nā ola luna e hoʻolālā i ka olelo a Usenet kūkākūkā e pili ana i ke kōkua iā ia,.
Ka Peresidena o Amerika Huipuia hai aku i kūhelu kūkala no World kōkua iā ia, Day i ka makahiki 1995 i i ka hoʻomaka 'ana e hahai ana ma nā'āina a pau ma ka honua. E like me ka mea ino manao, a puni 25 miliona kanaka i make, mai 1981 i ka 2007 no ka mea, o ka mea HIV maʻiʻaʻai. A hiki ma hope o ka 'ae' ana o antiretroviral lapaʻau ma na wahi, a puni 2 miliona kanaka (ma ka liʻiliʻi 270,000 o ka huina he keiki) i loko o 2007 Ua iho mailoko me keia maʻi laha maʻi.
Ua lilo World kōkua iā ia, Day hookahakaha ka loa ike ola lā hang Âlapa. World kōkua iā ia, Day hookahakaha, e kaumaha ana i nā kī manawa a hiki i ke ola? Aia, e hoʻonui i ka kaʻike i waena o kanaka, loa hiki komo i ka iapaau ana i pono i ana i ka kāohi ana.
WORLD kōkua iā ia, LA 2017
World kōkua iā ia, Day 2017 makemake e hookahakaha ma Friday, ma 1ST o Dekemaba.
WORLD kōkua iā ia, LA Mōʻaukala
World kōkua iā ia, Day i mua visualized e ka Thomas Netter a me James W. Bunn i ka malama o Augate, i ka 1987. Thomas Netter a me James W. Bunn nā mea 'ike luna i ka lehulehu no ke kōkua iā ia, Global Program ma ka MEA (World Health Organization) ma Geneva, Kuikilana. Ka mea, i kaʻana lākou manaʻo e pili ana i ke kōkua iā ia, a hiki i ka lā Dr. o Ionatana Mann (Ka luna hoʻokele o ke kōkua iā ia, Global Program), ka poe i aponoia i ka manao, a waiho i ka World kōkua iā ia, Day ana i kona akua ma 1ST o Dekemaba i ka makahiki 1988.
World kōkua iā ia, Day hana hoʻohiwahiwa i hooholoia e ia e e hauʻoli no kela makahiki ma 1ST o Dekemaba pololei. Ka mea, manao iho la i ka mea e e hooholoia mamao mai ke koho manawa, Noel icai 'ole' ē aʻe icai. It E e hookahakaha i manawa ia kanaka a me nā kūkala nūhou me Media, ke uku hou hoihoi a me ka noonoo ana i loko o ka hoʻoleleʻana i nā nūhou a pau ma ka honua.
Na Olelo Aupuni Hui Pū 'Program ma HIV / kōkua iā ia,, iʻikeʻia e like me ka UNAIDS, hele mai i loko o hookoia i loko o ka makahiki 1996 a hoʻomaka ka paepaeʻana nā hualoaʻa a. Ma kahi o ka hookahakaha no wale nō ka lā hoʻokahi, World kōkua iā ia, Kai Eʻe i ee aku e ka UNAIDS i loko o ka makahiki 1997 e kālele ana ma luna o ke kōkua iā ia, polokalamu, maikaʻi palapala, maʻi Kāohiʻana a me ka maʻi kaʻike aʻo 'ana no a pau ka makahiki.
I ka makahiki hoʻomaka, i ka World kōkua iā ia, Day Halaman i hoʻomōhala wale ma luna o nā keiki e like me ka mea opiopio kanaka, i i hope 'ike me ka ohana maʻi me kekahi kanaka o kekahi makahiki pae hiki e iho mailoko me HIV. No ka 2007, i ka World kōkua iā ia, Day Ua hoʻomaka 'ana symbolizing ma ka iconic' ia o ke kōkua iā ia, lipine ma ka White House.
WORLD kōkua iā ia, LA THEME
UNAIDS ka hoʻomaka 'ana e hoʻolālā i ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ia e kaulana me ka mau makahiki Halaman no ka maikaʻi global kaʻike e pili ana i ka maʻi. Ma hope mai i ka papa inoa o nā mea a pau i ka makahiki naauao Halaman o World kōkua iā ia, Day:
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1988 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, "Palapala".
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1989 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, "Kamaliʻi".
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1990 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, "Women, a kōkua iā ia,".
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1991 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Sharing the Challenge”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1992 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Community Commitment”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1993 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Act”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1994 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “AIDS and the Family”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1995 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Shared Rights, Shared Responsibilities”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1996 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “One World and One Hope”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1997 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Children Living in a World with AIDS”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1998 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Force for Change: World AIDS Campaign with Young People”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 1999 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Listen, Learn, Live: World AIDS Campaign with Children and Young People”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2000 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “AIDS: Men Make a Difference”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2001 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “I care. Do you”?
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2002 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stigma and Discrimination”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2003 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stigma and Discrimination”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2004 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Women, Girls, HIV and AIDS”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2005 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2006 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise-Accountability”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2007 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise- Leadership”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2008 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Stop AIDS: Keep the Promise-Lead-Empower-Deliver”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2009 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Universal Access and Human Rights”.
- Ke theme like ana o ka makahiki 2010 no ka World kōkua iā ia, Day kai eʻe ua, “Universal Access and Human Rights”.
- The theme from the year 2011 i ka 2015 for World Aids Day campaign was, “Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths”
WORLD AIDS DAY ACTIVITIES
Variety of activities can be done on the day of World Aids day celebration to increase the awareness and distribute the message of the theme of particular year. It is very necessary to increase the awareness among people as they are the main target of the program. Some of the activities are written below:
- Community based individuals and organizations should be contacted to plan the World AIDS Day activities, to organize a planned meeting. It can be well started from the local clinics, hospitals, social service agencies, schools, AIDS advocacy groups and etc.
- A single event or sequence of independent events can be determined for better awareness by the speakers and exhibitors through the forums, rallies, health fairs, community events, faith services, parades, block parties and etc.
- A public statement can be submitted to the agency board identifying the recognition for the World AIDS Day.
- Red ribbons should be wore or distributed to others to mark the hope to the schools, work sites or community groups. Electronic ribbons can also be distributed to the social media outlets.
- All the activities (like DVD showings and Aids prevention seminars) of businesses, schools, health care organizations, clergy and local agencies should be encouraged for their great work.
- A candlelight vigil can be held at the public park or the nearest agency where singers, musicians, dancers, poets, story tellers and etc could distribute the message of Aids prevention through entertaining performances.
- World AIDS Day information can be distributed by linking it to the web site of your agency.
- All the planned events and activities should be already distributed through the e-mail, newsletters, mailings or electronic bulletins.
- People can be aware by displaying the exhibitions, posters, videos, flyers, brochures for HIV/AIDS and etc.
- World AIDS Day activities can be informed to a large group of people instantly through the blogs, Facebook, Twitter or through the other social media websites.
- Actively contribute to the other groups of celebrating the World AIDS Day.
- A candlelight celebration can be held in the memory of died person due to HIV/AIDS.
- Religious leaders are encouraged to speak something for AIDS intolerance and dishonor.
- A service can be started to provide the meals, shelter, transportation, companionship for the people with HIV/AIDS. They can also be invited in the social work, worship or other functions to increase their morality.
OBJECTIVES OF WORLD AIDS DAY 2017
The purpose of the World Aids Day celebration every year to well support the Member States in order to build up the new and effective policies and programmes, to strengthen the health systems as well as to increase the capacity of health sectors towards HIV/AIDS. Some of the main objectives of the World Aids Day are listed below:
- To guide the member states for globally increasing the prevention and control measures for HIV/AIDS.
- To offer the member states a technical support for implementing the plan for prevention, care as well as treatment for HIV/AIDS including the testing, counseling of mother for transmitting the infection to the child, STI control and antiretroviral therapy.
- To aware people about the antiretroviral medicines or other commodities which can help them to fight against HIV/AIDS.
- To involve the peer groups in the campaign for getting the most effective result.
- To encourage more students from the schools, universities and social structures to contribute in the competitions organized for the AIDS.
- To decrease and control the number of patients infected by HIV/AIDS as well as to encourage the peer groups for condom.
WORLD AIDS DAY SLOGANS, QUOTES AND MESSAGES (World AIDS DAY 2017)
- “HIV/AIDS has no boundaries”.
- “My play Safe Sex was picked apart because critics thought it was untrue. It was a play in which no one had AIDS, but the characters talked about how it was going to change their lives”.
- “Small aids to individuals, large aid to masses”.
- “AIDS is an absolutely tragic disease. The argument about AIDS’ being some kind of divine retribution is crap”.
- “Give a child love, laughter and peace, not AIDS”.
- “I know one man who was impotent who gave AIDS to his wife and the only thing they did was kiss”.
- “If you judge people you have no time to love them”.
- “Let us give publicity to H.I.V./AIDS and not hide it, because the only way to make it appear like a normal illness like TB, like cancer, is always to come out and say somebody has died because of H.I.V./AIDS, and people will stop regarding it as something extraordinary”.
- “The AIDS is a disease that is hard to talk about”.
- “I burned out on AIDS and did no AIDS work for a couple of years. I was so angry that people were still getting this disease that nobody can give you – you have to go out and get it”!
- “My son has died of AIDS”.
- “Because of the lack of education on AIDS, discrimination, fear, panic, and lies surrounded me”.
- “You can’t get AIDS from a hug or a handshake or a meal with a friend”.
- “This AIDS stuff is pretty scary. I hope I don’t get it”.
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) caused by the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) which attack the immune system of the human body. The disease was first recognized in the year 1981. It was first identified by the name of AIDS on 27th of July in the year 1982.
HIV infection can be easily transmitted from one person to the other if they have contacted ever directly through the mucous membrane, bodily fluid or blood. In the earlier period, there was a lot of social stigma for the people with HIV/AIDS. According to the estimate, it has been noted that around 33 million people have been infected with the HIV and 2 million people died because of it each year.
HIV is a virus which attacks the T-cells of the immune system and causes the disease known as AIDS. It is found in the human body fluids like blood, semen, vaginal fluids, breast milk of the infected person which can be passed to others by a direct contact like blood transfusion, oral sex, anal sex, vaginal sex or injecting contaminated needles. It can be passed to the baby by the pregnant women during delivery or through breast feeding.
It was originated in the 19th and 20th century in the region of west-central Africa. Actually there is no any cure for it but the course of disease can be lessens down by some treatment.
Signs and Symptoms of HIV/AIDS
A person with HIV/AIDS has the following signs and symptoms:
- Sore throat
- Sweats during night
- Enlarged glands
- Weight loss
- Joint pain
- Muscle ache
- Red rashes
akā,, in many cases of this disease the initial symptoms are disappeared for many years during which HIV virus cause damages to the immune system which is incurable. The infected person never feels any symptoms during this period and appears healthy.
akā,, in the late stage of HIV infection (when virus weakens the immune system to fight against it) the person develops illness with AIDS. Person with the late stage infection started showing following signs and symptoms:
- Blurred vision
- Permanent tiredness
- Fever (above 100f)
- Night sweats
- Diarrhea (persistent and chronic)
- Dry cough
- White spots on the tongue and mouth
- Swollen glands
- Weight loss
- Shortness of breath
- Esophagitis (inflammation of lower esophagus linings)
- Kaposi sarcoma, cancer of the cervix, lungs, rectum, liver, head, neck and the cancer of immune system (lymphomas).
- Meningitis, encephalitis and peripheral neuropathy
- Toxoplasmosis (infection of brain)
There are some myths which are spread in the society about the AID. Aids never spread through the hand shake, hug, sneeze, unbroken skin touch or the use of same toilet.