Let’s make India HIV Free

HIV and AIDS affect millions of people around the world. In support of HIV/AIDS awareness, we should create lot of campaigns to create awareness and among people… Here is a chance for you all to know more about HIV…. If you have any queries…

Ask IRA your questions about HIV/AIDS at https://yes4me.net/IRA now.

Did you know there are 2.01 million people still in India who live with HIV, or that there are about 80,000 people who get infected every year? Not to mention the overall stigma & prejudice associated with the condition which marginalizes the infected and the lack of information that perpetuates all of these. Bad news, indeed.

Good news, however, is that HIV is preventable, manageable and a lot of it is just to do with providing people the right information with sensitivity and tact at the right time!

Introducing IRA.
IRA is a conversational platform where people can seek answers to their pressing HIV/AIDS queries. She was created to help people gain information about HIV and motivate people to manage HIV responsibly. She is friendly and chatty and wants the world to be free of HIV.

IRA will be available on the yes4me website. Anyone with an internet connection can access IRA which makes her a powerful ally in the fight against HIV. Because of the stigma surrounding HIV, people can visit IRA from the security of their own home and seek answers to urgent questions without facing any of the discrimination that they would face anywhere else.

With IRA by their side, millions of Indians will be able to find the right information at the right time and thus solve the root cause that perpetuates HIV.

Let’s join hands to make India HIV/AIDS free. You can reach IRA for all your questions from the link below.

https://yes4me.net/IRA

We would love to hear back from you as your feedback makes IRA better!

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Every child deserve a chance to smile

Hi everyone today I’m going to create awareness about Cleft lip and importance of folic acid…
Cleft lip and palate are birth defects that occur because a baby’s lip or mouth does not form properly during pregnancy. A cleft lip is an upper lip that is split. It is caused by the failure of the tissue of the lip to join. A cleft palate occurs when the tissue that makes up the roof of the mouth does not come..
In early pregnancy, different parts of a baby’s face develop separately and then join together. If some parts do not join properly, the baby is born with a cleft.
One out of every 600 newborns is affected by cleft lip and/or cleft palate, among the most common birth defects , according to the Cleft Palate Foundation.
To promote the public awareness of these conditions, in which the two sides of the lip are separated (cleft lip) or the two sides of one’s palate did not fuse during development as a baby (cleft palate)…
Do you really need to take supplements during pregnancy?
Any woman who has been pregnant will remember how much effort she put into eating a healthy diet. Many expectant mums also turn to prenatal supplements to optimise their chances of producing a healthy baby and, in later years, a more “intelligent” child….
Folic acid is a vitamin (B9), found in certain foods, such as broccoli and spinage. It can also be taken as tablets (supplements). Folic acid protects your future baby against neural tube defects, such as spina bifida..
Some women, particularly those who have already had a pregnancy affected by a neural-tube defect, have an increased risk and are advised to take a higher dose of 5 milli grams of folic acid each day until they are 12 weeks pregnant..
Even women who aren’t planning to have a baby should increase their folate intake if they are sexually active, because around half of all pregnancies are unplanned.
Eating healthily during pregnancy will help your baby develop and grow and keep you fit and well.
To know more about these you follow and check here http://anamayaindopacific.org/ and their FB page – https://www.facebook.com/Anamayaindopacific/