On 1/12/2019 The international AIDS, Amahoro Human Respect Organized an International AIDS day themed ‘’Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: community by community and brought together 200 people including MSM and sex workers .
Chairperson of Amahoro Human Respect today on 1/12/2019 addressed the audience on the continuous spread of HIV amaong MSM in Rwanda and Amahoro Human Respect is among the great organizations that fight the spread of this HIV/STIs .
At this day Amahoro Human Respect through its representative was able to gather 150 MSM ,50 stake holders at this function as well 20 church leaders. Amahoro Human Respect is dedicated to contin to fight against stigma call upon other stake holders to join effort towards reducing new affections.
KAYITARE EMMANUEL the chairperson of Amahoro Human Respect Organization
People living with HIV are every where they are in pastors, lawyers ,doctors it doesn’t have boundaries it affects every body but it gets worse when it comes to LGBTI, sex workers and drug users so it is very important fot us to stand against all discrimination that these communities are facing.
Being HIV positive and being a gay is not a punishment from God as many religious leaders say. Please lets respect all people and love them.
However there is still along journey to the achievement the chairperson insists that we join our hands for the fight.
The chairperson in his remarks states that parents should welcome LGBTI in their families and take care of those who are affected .
Munezero Martin ni Umwanditsi w’Ikinyamakuru Umuryango. Yatangiye gukorera iki kinyamakuru muri Nzeli 2014.
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i m so happy to see that Msm is being recognized
Nta muntu uhitamo uko avuka,ariko ashobora guhitamo inzira ari bunyuremo
Abantu bose bagomba guhabwa uburenganzira bungana
Nice activities and good work to support people
its a big occession and meeting
this brought sex worker and msm together
Keep the movement spirit of fighting for marginalized persons.
LUTTER CONTRE LE VIH ET SIDA DANS NOTRE PAYS C’ EST TRES IMPORTANT MON FRERE KAYITARE Emmanuel courrage .
All people should be respected.. for us to end HIV/AIDS we need to first curb stigma and discrimination as our country is against all forms of stigma..
Good work Amahoro Human Respect... I am so grateful for your work.