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Discussion Session “Tackling Stigma and Discrimination in Healthcare Settings in Lebanon”

Beirut, Lebanon – June 8, 2024 Discrimination against certain groups in Lebanon leads to the exclusion of a significant segment of society, depriving them of their rights to health, education, work, and access to services. This exclusion and discrimination, specifically carried out by health and social care providers, results in familial, local, and social harm, is considered a violation that

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 Advocating for Health Equity: My Health, My Right

In its ongoing efforts to achieve a global health equity, the World Health Organization (WHO) Council on the Economics of Health for All recently has found that although at least 140 countries recognize health as a human right in their constitution, only 4 countries have mentioned how to finance it. To address these types of challenges, the theme for World

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Strengthening HIV Awareness and Testing Efforts in Lebanon: SIDC’s Commitment to Community Health in 2024

Lebanon witnessed a concerning increase with 261 new HIV+ cases in 2023, as reported by the National AIDS Program. In response, SIDC has taken proactive steps by testing 69 individuals, showcasing our dedication to awareness, testing, and support. We believe in the power of community action and awareness to reduce the spread of HIV and other STIs. Through our comprehensive

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We Fight M-POX

SIDC’s Monkeypox Awareness Campaign: Empowering Communities with Vital Information In a period where public health awareness is critical to community safety, SIDC has made an important step towards raising awareness about M-POX. The SIDC team were trained with the National AIDS Program (NAP) to be able to disseminate appropriate messages. As result SIDC as part of its commitment to public

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International Overdose Awareness Day 2023: Recognizing those people who go UNSEEN

Every year on August 31st, we come together to observe THE International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD), a day dedicated to shedding light on the impact of overdose within our families, among our friends, and throughout our communities. This year’s theme, “Recognizing Those People Who Go Unseen,” serves as a reminder of the many individuals affected by overdose, even if they

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