The General Assembly, in
1988, stated its deep concern about the pandemic proportions of the acquired
immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Noting that the World Health Organization
(WHO) had declared
the world the day is commemorated with special events. Concerts, expositions
and other fund raising events try to increase awareness. (Photo: 150 people
form a Red Ribbon in
1990 Women and AIDS
1991 Sharing the challenge
1992 Community commitment
1994 AIDS and the family
1995 Shared rights, shared responsibilities
1996 One world, one hope
1997 Children living in a world with AIDS
1998 Force for change: World AIDS Campaign with young people
1999 Listen, learn, live! World AIDS Campaign with children and young people
2000 AIDS: Men make a difference
2001 I care… do you?
2002 Live and let live (Stigma and discrimination)
2003 Live and let live (Stigma and discrimination)
2004 Have you heard me today? Women, girls, HIV and AIDS
2005 Stop AIDS. Keep the promise
2006 Stop AIDS. Keep the promise - Accountability
2007 Take the lead
2008 Lead - Empower - Deliver
The official UN World AIDS Day website.
The HIV/AIDS programme from the World Health Organisation.
Stamp catalogue - 2001 - I care... do you?
Stamp catalogue - 2003
Stamp catalogue - 2006 - Stop AIDS. Keep the promise
Stamp catalogue - 2008 - Lead - Empower - Deliver
Papua New Guinea