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  • Conducting first of its kind college fests/events which educated generation X about themes related to community health.
  • Spreading awareness among citizens regarding community health by means of road shows, events etc.
  • Networking with top universities abroad to gather and disseminate valuable knowledge pertaining to AIDS and other community ailments.
  • Creating a platform for victims of social neglect and apathy.

As an entrepreneur and a social activist I firmly believe that common citizens should be involved in projects related to community health in order to make a difference.


Aids Awareness Kolkata Welcomes You

December 1st, 2010 World AIDS Day was all about looking back with admiration towards those brave hearts who fight against both the ravages of the disease as well as social stigma, sadly remember those we lost to the deadly foe and spread greater awareness and raise money to facilitate our on going crusade against it. The theme of 2010 World AIDS Day was Universal Access and Human Rights when global leaders agreed to further the cause of universal access to HIV prevention and treatment recognizing it to be a fundamental and inalienable right of all humans irrespective of their caste, creed, economic and social status. AIDS after all is a great equalizer as it understands no barriers or prejudices and strikes everyone and anyone.

Biggest challenge facing us continues to be ignorance about the disease which has led to rise of stigma against victims of AIDS or HIV virus.  Universal access to treatment for those living with the disease will remain a distant dream with no hope of success unless we can spread awareness about it to combat the social stigma still associated with it. Cases of ostracism and rejection of AIDS patients by their own family and friends continue. Victims face discrimination and in extreme cases violence leading to many being too afraid to know their HIV status or to disclose it. This only makes the fight against the deadly disease a more difficult and uphill task. So the challenge before us is not only to ensure delivery of treatment and vital medical services to the victims but also to help them live with HIV openly without any stigma. Prevention is always better than cure but for it to work spreading awareness regarding the disease and its causes is vital. hopes to just that.