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Published:Thursday | December 3, 2020 | 12:06 AM
Althea Spence, project management specialist, US Agency for International Development, holds a candle to commemorate those living with HIV/AIDS and those who have passed.
Althea Spence, project management specialist, US Agency for International Development, holds a candle to commemorate those living with HIV/AIDS and those who have passed.
Illumuinated by candlelight, Ashe’s Ackeria Smith and Khumar McHugh are front and centre as they perform on World AIDS Day.
Illumuinated by candlelight, Ashe’s Ackeria Smith and Khumar McHugh are front and centre as they perform on World AIDS Day.
Gervaise McLeod, vice-chairman, Jamaica AIDS Support for Life, holds his candle high during the short event which was streamed live.
Gervaise McLeod, vice-chairman, Jamaica AIDS Support for Life, holds his candle high during the short event which was streamed live.
“For all those who are living with HIV and for those who have lost someone to HIV, just remember that there is someone to carry you,” said Raquel Stephenson as she performed at the annual candlelight vigil.
“For all those who are living with HIV and for those who have lost someone to HIV, just remember that there is someone to carry you,” said Raquel Stephenson as she performed at the annual candlelight vigil.
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Jamaica AIDS Support for Life held its annual candlelight vigil on Tuesday, which was recognised globally as World AIDS Day. The event, held under the theme ‘Global Solidarity, Shared Responsibility’, was streamed live and paid tribute to people living with HIV/AIDS, and honoured those who have passed. Here are the highlights.