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World AIDS Day 2020 Theme, Activities, Ideas, Speech

World AIDS Day 2020 Theme, Activities, Ideas, Speech

The man with his great abilities, knowledge, and willpower has conquered many things in the world. But there still many things which are still untamed by mankind and AIDS is one of those things. Almost 37 million people are suffering from this deadly disease and the sad part is we haven’t found a cure for such a lethal disease. Hence to create awareness about the HIV-AIDS among the people so that they can identify and avoid it, World AIDS Day is celebrated around the world.

In this article we are giving all the necessary information, facts about World AIDS Day 2020 such as date, the theme for 2020, history of World AIDS Day, objectives and importance of World AIDS Day, logo, event, campaign ideas, activities, etc. This information will help you with awareness, various competitions like speech competitions, essay writing, quizzes, poster making, etc. This information on World AIDS Day will be an excellent resource for school students, teachers to create awareness. So let’s get started.

 World AIDS Day 2020 Theme, Date, Information, Speech

World AIDS Day is celebrated in many countries across the world with great enthusiasm. Now let’s see some interesting information about World AIDS Day.

 World AIDS Day 2020 Date

World AIDS Day is celebrated on 1st December every year across the world. In the year 2020, World AIDS Day will be celebrated on 1st December too.

World AIDS Day 2020 Theme

Every year a theme is assigned to the celebrations of World AIDS Day. All the campaigns are done by keeping this theme in focus. The theme for 2018 World AIDS Day was  “Know your status”. With the help of this theme, the aim of the campaign will be focused on educating the youth around the world, through comprehensive sexuality education so that they can make better and healthier life decisions, including their HIV status. The theme for World AIDS Day 2020 is “Rock The Ribbon”.

History of World AIDS Day | The First World AIDS Day

The first World AIDS Day was celebrated on 1st December 1988. Since then World AIDS Day is celebrated every year on 1st December. World AIDS Day was first conceived in August 1987, by two public information officers, James W. Bunn, and Thomas Netter, for the Global Programme on AIDS at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.

Objectives and Importance of celebrating World AIDS Day 2020

HIV-AIDS is a critical global health issue. With proper care and awareness about the causes and symptoms, HIV-AIDS, it can be avoided but there isn’t enough education in the people about the HIV-AIDS. Also, there is a social stigma attached to this disease, making it a less discussed problem among people. Hence the primary objective of celebrating World AIDS Day is to raise awareness about the disease around the world. The other objectives are to introduce new resources and services to detect the disease and take actions. The day also celebrated to mourn the death of millions of people because of AIDS.

HIV-AIDS has killed between 28.9 million and 41.5 million people worldwide as of 2017, and an estimated 36.9 million people are living with HIV, making it the most important global public health issues in recorded history. Hence it is essential to raise awareness about such killer disease among the masses making the celebration of World AIDS Day very importance.

World AIDS Day 2020 Activities, Events, Campaign Ideas

There are many ways in which World AIDS Day is celebrated across the world. Organizations such as WHO, UNESCO, along with the sponsor and other partners organize many events, activities, and campaigns. Many institutes, organizations, schools, colleges organize various competitions such as speeches, essay writing, poster making, documentary making. Awareness is created through posters, videos, documentaries, podcasts, street plays, among the people.

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Ajay Chavan

"Cut from a different cloth"
I believe words have the power to change the world. So, here I am, determined to change the world and leave my mark on it, one word at a time.
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