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Topics: UNAIDS

UNFPA, UNAIDS Use Olympics to Bring Condoms, Hugs, and LGBT Advocacy to Rio



From the war in Syria to conflict in Ukraine and the South China Sea to mass starvation in Venezuela, this year’s Olympic Games in Rio presented a rare opportunity for the United Nations to bring nations together and to promote peace and justice at a time when there has perhaps been more global turmoil than there has been in a generation. But while the world celebrates athleticism, peace among nations, and diversity at this year’s …

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Global Monitor: Speculation on the Future of World Population



It is easy to understand the confusion of many concerning whether the world is overpopulated or under populated when one reads a news report on the increasing number of Sub-Saharan Africans followed by an article on the alarming lack of people in Russia or Eastern Europe. This confusion is due in part to the difference in population developments worldwide. A recently updated study by the Austrian-based International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) tries to …

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HIV/AIDS: Western Failure and Ugandan Success



That Sub-Saharan Africa lies in the grip of a vast AIDS epidemic is no secret to anyone. According to statistics published in 2006 by UNAIDS (the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS), an estimated 24.5 million people in the region were HIV-positive by the end or 2005, with 2.7 million contracting the virus in that year alone. Western Help Harmful Desperate to stop the spread of this disease, which is well on its way to …

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News from Latin America: UN official says failure to prevent spread of AIDS is fault of Catholic Church, PRI director responds



An official with the United Nations HIV/AIDS program has blamed the Catholic Church for nor stopping the spread of AIDS in Central America, and dismissed the success of campaigns that promote abstinence. These statements are an attempt to hide the multi-million dollar failure of the United Nations to prevent the spread of AIDS. Blaming the Catholic Church is also a very useful tool to try to silence bishops, clergy and Catholic laymen who speak out …

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HIV/AIDS: Western Failure and Ugandan Success



17 September 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 34 Dear Colleague, Bishop Hugh Slattery of the South African Diocese of Tzaneen recently commissioned two beautifully done documentaries which he shared with PRI. Together, they tell how the Catholic Church in Uganda and South Africa are successfully fighting the AIDS epidemic and dealing with its social consequences. But those who promote the life-saving message of abstinence and marital fidelity are being ridiculed and mocked by degenerate population …

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UNAIDS and UNFPA Want More of the Same for Asia



July 28, 2005 Volume 7 / Number 29 Dear Colleague: As far as the HIV/AIDS hustlers at UNAIDS and UNFPA are concerned, Uganda and the Philippines do not exist.  Yet these two countries, by promoting sensible and inexpensive prevention programs based on abstinence and marital fidelity, have stopped the AIDS epidemic in its tracks.  Over at the UN, however, and at USAID, the focus continues to be on "safe sex"-the costly pornographic sex ed and …

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