UNAIDS Special Representatives Mette-Marit speaks about hope amidst Aids scourge (Audio)

In order to ensure people living with AIDS are not stigmatized by those around them, the society has been urged to change its attitudes and be helpful to them.

UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway speaking to the press in Dar es salaam yesterday said having Aids does not mean the end of the world.

She said she was so much impressed with the way PASADA is doing its functions to create hope among of the people who are infected; with assurance of productive life equipping them with necessities and education.

She said it is very moving to see young people with infection having hoped to live with.

Mette-Marrit said that people living with HIV/ AIDS need love and protection like other people and the fight against the disease is not a matter of individuals.

She said there is a huge progress in fighting the diseases and its stigma than years back when she and her husband started a foundation to deal with epidemic.
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