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Commercial sex workers
Stigma reduction in all settings
Most at risk adolescents
Youth Roma
Persons living with HIV

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28.06.2013.The Third National Conference of People Living with HIV was held in Belgrade from 26 to 28 June

Under the slogan "Positive frequencies" more than one hundred participants gathered in Belgrade and during the three days discussed the future of PLHIV activism and the implementation of HIV programs beyond 2014.

16.07.2012.XIX International AIDS Conference

The International AIDS Conference, which is to be held in Washington DC, 22.-27. July, represents the most importantgathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, people living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is the chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward.

20.06.2012.NGO Veza issued its magazine

In the year to mark the end of the first decade since the Programme of needle exchange has been initiated in Belgrade and the Harm reduction implementation has begun in Serbia, the first issue of the magazine „VEZA“ (Connection) has been published. The magazine aims to represent the work of the principle partner in harm reduction programme, the sub-recipient of Youth of JAZAS, NGO Veza, its stands, opinions and projects they take.

Useful Information

Why taking the test as soon as possible:
  • To start the therapy immediately to prolong your life, in the case of HIV infection
  • To be cautious towards protecting others, in the case of positive result
  • So that your doctor could advise you adequately
  • To eliminate any potential suspicion

AIDS Facts & Figures

  • The first recognized cases of AIDS occurred in the USA in the early 1980s. The discovery of HIV, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, was made soon after.
  • Treatment with ARVs can cut transmission of HIV by 40-70%, preventing more than 200,000 infants from contracting the virus from their mothers each year.
  • HIV-positive people who drink heavily and who are not on anti-HIV drugs tend to have lower CD4 counts than moderate drinkers.