World AIDS Day is celebrated every year on 1 December. It is an international festival. What is AIDS and why do people of the world community believe it every year. And who started it and why?
AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is a serious epidemic disease. It is spread by a dangerous virus; the name of that virus is AIDS Human Immunodeficiency. The disease is spread by AIDS Human Immunodeficiency (HIV) infection virus. Therefore the peoples of the world community deserve this festival every year.
Many types of programs are organized on this occasion. On this day, government and non-governmental organizations conduct various types of events regarding AIDS and make people more and more available about it.
World aids day theme 2019
Like every year, World AIDS Day will be celebrated on Sunday on 01 December 2019. And the theme of the year 2019 is Communities Make the Difference.
Why is World aids day Important
UNICEF presented a report, it said in the report that from 1981 to 2007, the number of people who died of HIV infection is 36.9 million people. After this report, the whole world came into action.
But the Government of India also presented a figure according to which the number of HIV patients in India is being reported at about 2.1 million.
AIDS is a very dangerous epidemic disease. This day is celebrated every year on 01 December. And the main purpose of celebrating this day is to awaken the common public towards it. And remember those who have died of HIV.
It is spread by infections. In medical language, the human immunodeficiency virus is known as HIV. But peoples know is generally as AIDS ie Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
The virus infection of this disease weakens by attacking the immune system of the body.
Due to which the body starts reducing in fighting common diseases. And everyday new diseases start to arise in a person’s body.
The virus enters the body and attacks the immune system and weakens it. Due to which the body’s ability to fight diseases is eliminated. And new diseases start getting ready.