ActionPlus Foundaton, a Non-Governmental Organization working in UK and Ghana simultaneously have communicated stress at the appearing quietness of the Ghana AIDS Commission over HIV/AIDS instruction in the nation.
Missionary Fred Annin, the Founder of ActionPlus Foundation made this known during a news meeting composed in Accra.
In a media instructions, the Founder of ActionPlus Foundation, Apostle Annin approached all partners and different associations to cooperate to guarantee Ghana accomplish the UNAIDS focus of completion the HIV/AIDS by 2030.
As indicated by the 2018 UNAIDS insights, 37.9 million individuals all inclusive are living with HIV while 1.1 million individuals bite the dust from Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) related diseases with 320 million individuals passing on from AIDS related sicknesses since the beginning of the pestilence.
Current information accessible demonstrates that the common pace of HIV disease in Ghana remains at 1.7 percent whiles in 2017, the figure remained at 1.47 percent which made Ghana the 34th nation with the most astounding rate out of 196 nations on the planet with Swaziland recording the most elevated rate.
The Foundation praised progressive governments for different jobs played in the battle against HIV/AIDS with some noteworthy advancement in the battle against the danger, Apostle Annin said all the more should be done in the battle against HIV/AIDS.
Missionary Annin expressed that with ActionPlus involvement in the HIV/AIDS battle throughout the years, they have understood that when individuals hear progressively about HIV they become mindful the infection is still in presence and hence avoid potential risk to anticipate securing the infection.
Witness Annin referenced that the HIV/AIDS hazard is still with us and quiet on the illness causes it to flourish.
Giving some national and provincial insights Apostle Annin said the Greater Accra and Ashanti Region have the most noteworthy pervasiveness pace of 3.2 percent while the Northern Region has the least pace of 0.6 percent.