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Kenya: Kadhi says condom use 'acceptable'
The Muslim community does not oppose the use of condoms in totality, Chief Kadhi Sheikh Hammad Kassim has said.
South Africa: South Africa to host third international Muslim religious leaders consultation on HIV/AIDS
Positive Muslims welcomes the news that the consultation is to be hosted in Cape Town on 14-18th November 2006.
Mauritania: Low HIV prevalence, widespread AIDS stigma
In the wooden shanty town of Elmina on the outskirts of Mauritania's capital, Nouakchott, AIDS educators do not let religious or cultural conservatism get in their way.
Middle East: Aids threat grows for Arab women
A conference on HIV/Aids among women and girls in the Middle East and north Africa has heard a call for more to be done to help this vulnerable group.
Mondial: Sida: les femmes en première ligne de la contamination
Selon le rapport annuel de l'Onusida publié mardi, près de 50% des personnes vivant avec le HIV sont des femmes.
Maroc: L'Association marocaine de Lutte Contre le Sida (ALCS) a ouvert un site internet
Le site offre des informations sur l’ALCS et d’autres associations, un forum de discussion, un dossier VIH/ IST/ Hépatites/ accès aux traitements, une revue de presse internationale et une rubrique "information" mise à jour.
The Condoms4Life Campaign - Good Catholics Use Condoms
An unprecedented worldwide public education effort to raise public awareness about the devastating effect of the bishops’ ban on condoms, sponsored by Catholics for a Free Choice.
Keynote by Stephen Lewis, UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Africa, to the “Microbicides 2004” conference in London, March 2004.
"Inertia and sexism has plagued the response to HIV/AIDS and we will continue to lose vast numbers of women as a result."
Malaysia: Women in Malaysia should be allowed to refuse sex if they know their husbands suffer from HIV, said a women's affairs minister
'Say no to sex if husband has Aids.'
India: Sodomy and obscenity charges formally filed in trial of 'Lucknow Four'
Following their release on bail in August 2001, the HIV/AIDS prevention workers now face charges from the Lucknow police.
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