World AIDS Day

The first of December marked World AIDS Day around the globe and Pattaya’s gay community celebrated the occasion with pride. Hosted by Jim Lumsden, his Baan Souy Resort was lit up in a variety of colors for the annual charity show to support the Heartt2000 HIV/AIDS...
Parades and free condoms punctuated World AIDS Day commemorations in the Pattaya area. City Councilman Rattanachai Sutidechanai opened Pattaya’s Dec. 1 celebration at Central Festival Pattaya Beach. Among those attending were representatives from HIV/AIDS charities such as the Glory Hut Foundation, Sisters Foundation, and campaign ambassadors,...
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Pattaya residents and civic groups were invited to participate in the city Health Department’s upcoming annual World AIDS Day commemoration Dec. 1. Festivities will run 2-6 p.m., capped by a parade from Central Festival Pattaya Beach to Walking Street, back along Second Road to Central Road...

Pattaya to mark World AIDS Day with parade

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 16:56
Pattaya will mark World AIDS with two events focusing on prevention and early detection. City Councilman Choosak Sriwatjanapong and Public Health Department Director Supaporn Cherdchaipoom said students at Pattaya School No. 11 were the focus of a Nov. 27 event entitled “True love must care &...
Beach Road “service girls” were offered free HIV screenings as Thailand’s Public Health Ministry and an HIV/AIDS group organized the annual “Getting to Zero” health fair in Pattaya.
Public officials, educators and health professionals in Pattaya marked World AIDS Day with a parade and educational exhibition. The Service Workers in Group Foundation, Sisters for Foundation, World Vision Foundation of Thailand, Father Ray Foundation, hoteliers, public health volunteers, and students from Pattaya and Banglamung schools...
Public officials, educators and health professionals in Pattaya will again mark World AIDS Day Dec. 1 with a parade to cap four days of disease-awareness activities.
Public officials, educators and health professionals in Pattaya marked World AIDS Day with a parade and a push to cut the number of AIDS cases, deaths and discrimination to zero.

World AIDS Day is Dec 1

Wednesday, 28 November 2012 13:51
Started on December 1, 1988, World AIDS Day is about raising money, increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving education. The international theme for World AIDS Day 2012 is ‘Getting to Zero’, or, in its longer version, “Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero...
On Thursday December the 1st, the children and teachers of the Regent’s Primary school participated in the annual sponsored “Bed-Pull” around the Oval.
Public officials, educators and health professionals in Pattaya marked World AIDS Day with a parade, free condoms and information to curtail the spread of the disease in Thailand.
Public officials, educators and health professionals throughout Chonburi marked World AIDS Day with parades, free condoms and information to curtail the spread of a disease that has seen resurgence in the province. Every year the World Health Organization designates Dec. 1 as World AIDS Day with...
On Tuesday the 30th of November, the Regent’s Service Group organised a World AIDS Day assembly in order to raise awareness about this global epidemic. Following the drama performances and educational videos presented to the students in the school’s Globe Theatre, the group then arranged an...
On World AIDS Day 2010, the global community focused attention on protecting human rights of all people affected by HIV. Health, HIV and human rights are inextricably linked. HIV responses need to ensure that human rights are protected and promoted. At the same time, the promotion...

World AIDS Day is Dec 1

Monday, 29 November 2010 09:41
Started on December 1, 1988, World AIDS Day is about raising money, increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving education. The theme for World AIDS Day 2010 is ‘Universal Access and Human Rights’. Global leaders have pledged to work towards universal access to HIV and AIDS treatment,...