Villagers of South Unguja Pete acquiring knowledge about the fight against AIDS through Jihadhari magazine released by Zanzibar AIDS Commission
Children at ZAPHA+
ZAC Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator Mr. Ali Kimwaga in one of the M&E meeting
Theatre for Social Development (THESODE) on the stage
Group Picture during World AIDS day climax 2015
Participants attended National Youth Forum in Zanzibar
Group Picture during World AIDS day climax, 1 December 2016
Waziri wa Nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Pili wa Rais Mhe. Mohamed Aboud Mohamed akizungumza na Watendaji wa Wizara yake ikiwemo Tume ya UKIMWI ambayo imehamishiwa Wizara hiyo.

ZAC Chairperson

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Sub Saharan Africa still bears an inordinate share of the global HIV burden. Although the rate of new HIV infections has decreased, the total number of people living with HIV continues to rise. In 2009, that number reached 22.5 million (20.9 million - 24.2 million) 68% of the Global total. Sub Saharan Africa has more women than men living with HIV. Epidemic update 2010 Global Report.

The largest epidemics In Sub Saharan Africa - Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe - has either stabilized or are showing signs of decline.The estimated 1.3 million (1.1 million  - 1.5 million) people who died of HIV related   illness in sub Saharan Africa in 2009 comprised 72% of the Global total of 1.8 million (1.6 million - 2.0 million ) deaths attributable to the epidemic.