“1. Know your HIV status so you can seek appropriate treatment.2. If you are HIV+, seek early treatment and identify support networks in the community.3. Get counselling on anti-retrovial therapy and nutrition.4. Continue with your therapy so that you improve your body shape, strength, productivity, as well as your family and your community.5. Stick to the stipulated times to take your dosage, even on a journey or at work.6. Remember, it’s your life. Don’t succumb to peer pressure or intimidation.7. Do not believe the myths - there are no substitutes for ARVs.8. Maintain protective behaviours so as to avoid re-infection, always use condoms as re-infection with a new strain of HIV may complicate future treatment by ARVs.Meza dawa. Chunga afya yako. Jijenge.For more information, or if you experience any side effects, contact the nearest health facility."“maisha! National AIDS Control Council.” “MOH” “Alliance of Counties Against HIV & AIDS. NGO. ACAHA.”“HIV and AIDS Free Counties”
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AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TreatmentCondom useFood habitsHIV-positive persons
National AIDS Control Council (Kenya)Kenya. Ministry of HealthAlliance of Counties Against HIV
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