On World AIDS Day, as we unite in support of people living with and affected by HIV, let us remember all those who have lost their lives to AIDS, and those who mourn them. As the world combats another virus, it must not forget HIV. 
Marginalized groups with high vulnerability to HIV infection – known as “key populations” – face significantly increased risks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, key populations and their sexual partners accounted for 62 per cent of new adult HIV infections.
This World AIDS Day finds us straddling two pandemics. On the one hand, the HIV and AIDS pandemic, which we have been contending with for four decades, and on the other, a novel virus that has claimed more than 1.4 million lives.

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National Post: Programme Associate, Johannesburg, South Africa, GS7

02 December 2020
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National Post: Human Resources Associate, G-6 Client Services, Client Service and Outreach Branch, Division for Human Resources, Johannesburg, South Africa

20 December 2020
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NATIONAL POST: Human Resources Analyst, Client Services & Outreach Branch, Division for Human Resources, Johannesburg, East South African Regional Office, NOB

31 December 2020
Level: NOB Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment Closing date: 31 December 2020 - 5:00pm(New York time) Duty station:...