The Registration Department has wrapped up its Love Safely Week.
The event was aimed at encouraging persons especially those who had never had a HIV/AIDS test to know their status.
The department located at the Supreme Court Complex at Whitepark Road, St Michael, held a number of activities to observe the week — February 12-16 — which included a panel discussion entitled Taboo, a dollar drive, a children’s art competition on stigma and discrimination and HIV testing.
The week climaxed on Friday with a balloon release on the steps of the Supreme Court to inspire HIV/AIDS victims and also as a tribute to those who died from the disease.
All proceeds gained from the week of activities go to the HIV Food Bank.]]>
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