Mumbai Districts AIDS Control Society (MDACS) to tie up with various colleges in order to spread awareness on HIV AIDS among the masses. This year, the MDACS orgnaisation has come up with a different initiative on the occasion of World AIDS Day on December 1. While 16 colleges from across the city have confirmed their participation, the MDACS will also be opening Antiretroviral therapy (ART) center for HIV AIDS detection at Kamathipura. Dr Shrikala Acharya, spokesperson and additional project director of MDACS, said, “Every year we try to collaborate with different colleges groups through NSS units in order to spread the awareness message. The students come up with street plays and other activities which they perform in and around their college areas. This year around 16 colleges have confirmed their participation. Through this initiative, it helps NSS unit students to work for a social cause in the society as well as us to reach out to the masses at different locations in a day.” According to MDACS awareness activity plays a major role to detect HIV in the earlier stage. “While we will be opening ART center at Kamathipura on December 1, a professional group will be performing skits at various location in Kamathipura occasionally to make people know about the facts of HIV/AIDS and prevention measures.”
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