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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.


Prevent AIDS

You need to remember that AIDS is transmitted only when there is a direct contact of the bloodstream or the mucous membrane with a bodily fluid containing HIV. HIV virus can be present in blood, vaginal fluid, semen, pre seminal fluid and even breast milk. The transmission of HIV virus is therefore possible through vaginal, anal or oral sex, contaminated hypodermic needles, blood transfusion, breast feeding, childbirth or others ways in which there might be a contact with infected bodily fluids. To prevent AIDS, the prime thing that needs to be kept in mind is the avoidance of such contact.

The three main ways in which a person might get infected are :

  • Sexual Contact
  • Blood transfusion from infected persons
  • From a mother to her baby through perinatal transmission

Here are a few tips on how to prevent HIV or AIDS from infecting your system.

  • Getting tested is the first step towards prevention. Ignorance can be the greatest peril and proper information about your health status could save your life. Get an HIV test done, as ever body is vulnerable to get infected if not careful.
  • Sexual transmission of HIV is caused because of unprotected sexual relation between people, one of whom has HIV. The best way to keep this possibility at bay is by wearing a male or a female condom during sexual activity. The number of sexual partners should also be kept low. The probability of transmission of an STD rises with the rise in number of sexual partners.
  • Make sure that you are always using sterile and clean needles. Sharing your needle could mean sharing a fatal disease.
  • Health care practitioners should essentially take measures to stay protected and prevent infection or transmission of any kind. Wearing gloves face masks become very important for these people as they are the most susceptible of getting infected with the disease.
  • The final and most basic tip is to increase your knowledge and information on health issues. You need to know the latest researches, the causes and the effects of a disease that is taking its toll all around the globe at such an alarming rate. Stay aware and stay safe.