World AIDS Day Theme 2011 - “Getting to Zero - Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDS Related Deaths”.
World AIDS Day is celebrated every December 1st with a theme. The theme for 2011 World AIDS Day is “Getting to Zero - Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDS Related Deaths”. The theme for 2011 World AIDS Day was announced on 9 September 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa which is backed by the United Nations “Getting to Zero” campaign and runs until 2015.
World AIDS Day 2011 In Your Neighborhood :
- Pin red ribbons as a symbol of hope to work, school or clubs
- Distribute red ribbons
- Perform candlelight vigil in public places
- Decorate boards with red ribbons
- Pen to the local news paper about the awareness.
- Set up a table or booth at an existing community event to display HIV/AIDS exhibits, posters, flyers, or brochures.
- Create awareness.
World AIDS Day 2011 At Work:
- Seek the help of the management to help establish December 1 as a day to address the issue of HIV/AIDS.
- Educate employees about the prevention HIV/AIDS through presentations, isplay posters, flyers, brochures, invite guest speakers, employee newsletters, E-mail messages and Web pages.
- Run campaigns
- Display awareness about HIV/AIDs in the office lobby.
World AIDS Day In the Classroom :
- Allocate some time to create awareness
- Set special lessons for the students
- Create a website, brochure or video
- Invite a person living with AIDS or health care worker
- Sponsor a poster, T-shirt, exhibit, or bumper sticker design contest for the this year's theme
- Special events for December 1.
- Distribute red ribbons and information about HIV/AIDS
- Decorate trees, school buildings, classrooms, lamp posts, or fences with red ribbons.
"AIDS does not discriminate, People do."
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