For the past 16 years, an action dedicated to the World Day of Remembrance of People who Died of AIDS has been held within the walls of KSMU. The main purpose of the action is to honor the memory of those whose lives were taken by HIV/AIDS, as well as to draw public attention to this problem.
On May 13, in the main building of KSMU, volunteers of the STOP-AIDS detachment together with specialists of the Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS of the Kursk Regional Multidisciplinary Clinical Hospital held an action dedicated to the World Day of Remembrance of People Who Died of AIDS. As part of the action, a questionnaire was held in order to identify the knowledge of the participants about the ways of HIV transmission.
Participants of the action were given red ribbons, memos, magnets, badges, which contained information about HIV/AIDS, addresses and phone numbers of the medical organization where you can take an HIV test.
The head of the “STOP-AIDS” detachment, the 4th-year student of the Faculty of Social Work