No Red Ribbon express in Delhi on AIDS Day

The Red Ribbon Express which distributes awareness regarding HIV/AIDS had been passed away from the capital on World AIDS Day.

It was Thursday, but the NACO had missed it while on other hand Breek Obama seeks global effort to defeat AIDS.

“The organization has been busy with projects”, this statement is given by Officials in the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO)

While escaping itself from its mistake, an official from NACO told IANS
“This year, everybody was busy with projects and preparations in various parts of the country. We could not plan a timely arrival for the Red Ribbon train,”

This train is facilitated with experienced doctors, testing, counseling and treatment services. It passes around the world , by covering atleast 150 stations and nearly 80 lakh people for providing information regarding protection from HIV/AIDS, a disease that taken in its sage around 3 million people. The Beginning of this train was from 1st Dec. 2008.

At World AIDS Day celebrations, The Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said,”Every year, we have the train either arriving or leaving the capital on World AIDS Day. But this time, we want to dedicate the train to the youth. So it will arrive in 12th January on National Youth Day.”

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