FIND OUT WHO IS REPRESENTING YOUR COUNTRY ON MISS AFRICA GREAT BRITAIN 2018.


Who is carrying your flag?? 
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Miss Africa Great Britain Finalist. Tomorrow 1pm to 2pm... Your chance to see who is representing your country on Miss Africa Great Britain 2018. #DontMissOut #TheSporahShow 

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ANDREW BOFF: WHAT I WOULD DO AS A CONSERVATIVE LONDON MAYOR

Sporah Meet Conservative Mayoral candidate Andrew Boff

Andrew Boff is a British politician and a Conservative member of the London Assembly, elected in the 2008 election. He is a London-wide member, representing all thirty-two boroughs and the City of London. Andrew Boff is a supporter of the "Yes to fairer votes" campaign. He was the Conservative representative at a Yes!

Why are you standing for Mayor of London?
Mum was an East End NHS worker and Dad a West End copper. They taught me many things: that no-one is better than me and I’m better than no-one; to obey the law and be honest; and to love every part of London because it is the greatest City on Earth which is why so many people from around the world have made a home here.
Born in suburban Hillingdon, I lived in buzzing Hackney and Brick Lane for more than 20 years and I’m now in forward-looking Barking. In those 60 years I’ve never been away from London for longer than a few weeks. I love every one of its villages, every differentiated part of the the city I call home.
But I don’t want to freeze that London in aspic. I want a plan for London that respects this City’s different parts, that enhances them rather than just trying to make them the same. I reject Khan’s thinly-veiled war on the suburbs which aims to turn Outer London into Inner London. I also reject the idea that Central London is some kind of theme park, hostile to people who want to bring up families.

What sort of campaign should the Conservatives run?
Conservatives will go to unexpected places to get votes, especially places that the Labour Party has vacated. We will target those who want a route out of poor housing conditions, who want an end to social segregation (eg rich doors and poor doors), those who have low pay and those who want a more equitable London at peace with itself.
We will have a message for all of them.
For some Tories this will mean going outside their usual comfort zone. I know many local campaigners have been outside that zone for a while and, you know, it’s not uncomfortable at all.
We will provide distinctive messages on those important quality of life issues and social justice: the campaign will alert Outer London to the implications of a second term for Khan and what that could mean to their environment. We will also promote a route to home ownership for those in Central London. My team will work closely with local associations to make them feel part of this exciting campaign.
After two years of a Mayor who has promised everything and delivered nothing, ours will be the campaign that restores faith in the political process.

What would you do to reduce crime?
Street violence and domestic abuse need to be tackled at their roots. I will chair a multi-agency London Violence Reduction Commission to tackle violence as a public health emergency. This was the approach that worked so well for Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit. This strategy will include an increase in stop and search and specific work with families and victims of domestic and sexual violence.
We have to be brave: the effect that the drugs trade has on crime and violence is too big an elephant to ignore. The prohibition law on cannabis means that gangsters control its supply, resulting in turf wars that have, as has been confirmed to me by the Met Police, resulted in increasing violence. In addition young people are suffering permanent psychological damage as a result of the unregulated distribution of high-potency cannabis. I will prepare the case to regulate cannabis to win the war against criminal gangsters.
Local knowledge is vital in the war against human trafficking. I will set up multi-agency sub-regional groups to exchange intelligence in order to identify and safeguard victims.
I will protect and enhance neighbourhood policing and support investment into technology to bring the Met into the 21st Century.

What would you do about housing?
We need to pick up the pace of house building. Khan’s excuse for his poor performance is that building homes is a “marathon not a sprint”. For me the crisis is now, it is definitely a sprint.
I will appoint a commission to radically accelerate the use of attractive, energy-efficient modular housing in London. I will give confidence to developers to build by moving away from “affordable” targets and instead insist that developers share a fixed amount of their profits with local authorities for social housing programmes. I was born in a Council House and know how important they are.
I will give away plots of land to first-time self-builders who can get planning permission with the cost of the land to be recovered on subsequent sale. Overcrowding affects 350,000 young people and creates enormous obstacles to their educational and social development. Khan has abandoned targets for larger family homes. I will restore and enhance targets for larger family-sized homes.
Apart from in five established high-rise areas, no new development will exceed six storeys. Instead, I will prioritise the kind of homes promoted by “Create Streets”, homes with gardens with doors that open out onto the street.


What would you do to improve transport?
Khan has decimated the finances of TfL and it will require creative thinking to avoid bankruptcy.
I will:
  • Boost sponsorship on the tube;
  • Break up TfL into its operational and investment businesses to bear down on costs;
  • Accelerate the introduction of driverless trains;
  • Seek to ban Tube strikes and replace them with a compulsory mediation process involving an independent judge;
  • Scrap free travel for partners, friends and lodgers of TfL staff;
  • Expedite the move towards a 100% diesel-free bus fleet.
Khan’s battle against motorcycles will be reversed. Motorcyclists will be recognised as part of the solution to London’s congestion and air quality challenges.
Safety improvements for those who wish to cycle will continue but I believe that TfL will need to be a lot more sensitive to what residents are saying about the impact of the routes on public safety and the viability of town centres.
And finally I want to be very, very clear about Heathrow. The GLA will not assist in any way the implementation of the Government’s second-rate, unambitious and environmentally destructive plans for a third runway. I will contribute however much is needed to to fight against it and present the alternatives.


Boff, a former leader of Hillingdon Council and Tory councillor in Hackney, has previously proposed the creation of a Thames City “southern powerhouse” region, which recognises that the London economy long ago burst the Greater London boundary and says collaborations should be developed between the metropolis and its surrounding region – what we’ve started to know as the “wider south-east”.
He has also called for the trial of a “managed street prostitution area” in London as a way to better protect street sex workers, spoken up for giving away bits of public land to people who want to build their own homes, made the case for imposing a height limit of six storeys on residential buildings except in five specified parts of the capital, and produced a report on human trafficking. He is a genuinely libertarian Tory, a intelligent radical and, by the way, a contributor to On London. It’s good to see him enter his party’s mayoral race again. He deserves to do well.

He told Conservative Home. "I want a plan for London that respects this city's different parts, that enhances them rather than just trying to make them the same.

"I reject Khan's thinly-veiled war on the suburbs which aims to turn outer London into inner London. I also reject the idea that Central London is some kind of theme park, hostile to people who want to bring up families."



SPORAH DRESS: By Karen Millen

SPORAH HAIR: By Treasure At www.sporah.com

FORGET EVERYTHING YOU WERE TAUGHT IN BIOLOGY – Plants Don't Need Sunlight To Grow.

Sporah meets Mwamy: 


Who is Mwamy..?
Mwamy Mlangwa ni Mama, Mke na mkulima wa mboga jijini Dar es salaam,  Mwamy analima kilimo cha kisasa, kinachojulikana kama Kilimo bila udongo (Hydroponics).
Mwamy anapenda kusafiri, anapenda kusoma vitabu, anapenda sana kukaa na familia yake, kupika na kusaidia watu.

Mboga anazolima Mwamy zinakua kwa muda wa siku 35 mpaka 45.. na hizo siku zinatofautiana kutokana na hali ya hewa.
Kipindi cha joto zinakua taratibu ila kipindi cha baridi zinakua haraka.

Mboga hizi zinaliwa zikiwa mbichi, ni kama salad. Kama tunavyokula kabichi, unakata unaosha, unakata na nyanya, pilipili hoho na tango na salad source.
Mboga hit sio kama mboga nyingine kama matembele na mchicha.

Mboga hizi zinaliwa na kila mtu, sasanasana watu wanaopenda kujali afya zao ambao hawapendi kunenepa na kujali ngozi zao. Hii ni kwasababu kilakitu kuhusu hii mboga kinaliwa kikiwa FRESH. Yani nyanya zikiwa fresh, pilipili hoho fresh, vitu vote hivi vinasaidia sana ngozi zetu. Pia kama mtu ana viupele au matatizo ya ngozi, hizi mboga zinasaidia sana.

KILIMO cha mboga mboga tofauti kinakua kwa kasi sana  nchini Tanzania.
Sekta ya kilimo imekuwa na mchango mkubwa katika uchumi wa Tanzania ambapo mwaka uliopita ilichangia asilimia 29.1 ya pato la jumla la taifa.
Hydroponics: Kilimo bila udongo.
Hydroponics involves growing vegetables in water, rather than in the earth. Chemicals and nutrients are then carefully added to the water supply. 

Hydroponics is the growing of plants in a liquid nutrient solution with or without the use of artificial media.  Commonly used media include expanded clay pellets, peat coir, perlite, vermiculite, brick shards, polystyrene packing peanuts and  wood fiber.  Hydroponics is a viable method of producing vegetables,  foliage plants and other crops.  The demand for locally grown produce has risen dramatically.  Growing these crops hydroponically is a very efficient means of meeting that demand.

When it comes to setting up a hydroponic system there are many key factors that should play into your decision. To help you decide whether or not you should have a hydroponic system, we have listed some advantages and disadvantages. Take a look and see if it’s for you.
Advantages:
  • You can grow anywhere.
  • Uses 20 times less water than soil based gardening.
  • Your environment is sterile, which means no pesticides.
  • You’ll use 20% less space for growing.
  • The system water can be reused, allowing you to conserve water.
  • You can have complete control over nutrient balance by using Dyna-Gro Nutrition Solutions.
  • No soil setup and testing hassles.
  • Harvesting is easier.
  • No mulching, tilling, changing of soil and weeding
  • You can grow year round if indoors.
Disadvantages:
  • Putting together a hydroponic system isn’t cheap.
  • Constant monitoring is required.
  • Hydroponic systems are vulnerable to power outages.  In the event of a power outage that outlasts your generators you will be manually watering your garden.
  • Micro-organisms that are water-based can creep in rather easily.
  • Growing a hydroponic garden demands technical expertise.
  • Production is limited compared to field conditions
  • If a disease appears, all plants in the system will be affected.
  • Without soil to serve as a buffer if the system fails plant death will occur rapidly.
And look who was NEXT for the Interview, Bi Fatma Karume "The President Of Tanganyika Law farm association" #ComingSoon

SPORAH MEETS THE SMART MONEY WOMAN: Arese Ugwu.


Are You Looking For More Tips On Investment?
MeetArese Ugwu.
 The author of the bestselling and ground-breaking The Smart Money Woman, the financial-chick-lit novel that has taken Africa by storm

Synopsis: 
The Smart Money Woman—An African girl’s journey to financial freedom Meet Zuri. She’s living a fabulous life. Great car, gorgeous apartment, well paid job. Meet Zuri. Broken down car, an apartment she cant afford, a job she’s about to lose. What’s a broke girl to do? With her best friends Tami (the flighty fashion designer), Lara (the tough oil and gas executive), Adesuwa (the conservative lawyer), and Ladun (the fabulous housewife), Zuri grows a little, learns a lot and navigates her way to making better financial decisions and building wealth. This book tackles, debt, spending, the consumerist culture of the African middle class, the fear and misconceptions surrounding money and the lack of it, love, friendships, cultural and societal pressures and the roles they play in success. With each chapter comes a Smart Money Lesson, there to help you work your way up the financial ladder.

Now this is how to write a book on finance! It was an amazing read and it is very relatable, particularly for women in Africa.
Get your Copy NOW at amazon.com 

Areas Ugwu is helping young Africans discover their power to build their future and make smarter money decisions through Smart Money Africa, a personal finance platform for the African millennial, engaging young Africans on the importance of financial literacy and the impact it has on helping them get money, keep money, and grow money.

"I am passionate about my amazing daughter Zikora! Anyone who knows me (or follows me on instagram lol!) knows that my beautiful daughter is the centre of my universe.. My fear of being broke and hungry in adulthood multiplied after I had Her.She became my no 1 motivation to work harder and BE better because it is extremely important to me to provide a better life for her than my parents did for me. (and they provided a pretty great one)" Arese said

Get your Copy NOW at amazon.com 

The Smart Money Woman, 
Both educative and entertaining.

21 TOXIC THINGS YOU NEED TO STOP DOING IF YOU WANT TO LIVE A STRESS-FREE LIFE

FEEL HAPPY AND STRESS-FREE: In today’s world it’s all too easy to get distracted from what’s truly important. Wherever you go. and whatever you do, you see messages designed to get you to perform a specific action and distract you from the fact that you are already whole.

“No yesterdays are ever wasted for those who give themselves to today.” ~Brendan Francis There are no reminders to be mindful unless we create them.

The responsibility is in your hands. Staying in the present moment can dramatically reduce stress, increase your happiness, and give you bursts of insight that might change your life. Ever since I’ve started becoming aware of my thoughts and staying in the now, my life has improved significantly, and I know yours will, too. Here are a few down-to-earth tips on how to become more mindful to enhance your life: 

 1. NOTICE YOUR TENDENCIES.

You and I, we both have our unique tendencies that distract us from the present moment. I’m a worrier, so I tend to think about the future and try to solve problems before they even happen. What are your tendencies? What kind of thoughts tend to rob you of the now?vThese questions will help you become more mindful about what is going on in your head, which in turn leads to mindfulness.

A few examples of tendencies that are very common are:
  • anxiety
  • worry
  • regret
  • guilt
  • fear
  • pleasure seeking
A great tip is to write down your tendencies and how they tease you out of the now. Grab a piece of pen and paper, and just do it.

2. QUESTION YOUR THOUGHTS.

Your thoughts aren’t always right. In fact, they are rarely right, especially if they make you feel bad. Question your thoughts constantly. When you start to feel negative emotions, use it as a reminder to examine what thoughts are causing the commotion. Most people walk around all day letting negative thoughts cause negative feelings. We both know that nothing good  can come out of this. It takes discipline to be mindful, but the rewards are peace and happiness. Even researchers are discovering the power of emotions. Negative emotions not only have the power to make you feel bad, but can affect your physical health as well.Whenever a negative thought arises, take a step back, and look at if the thought is it rue.

3.  FOLLOW YOUR PASSION.

I have noticed that the more I follow my passion and my hearts deepest desire, the more I am able to stay in the now. I enjoy every second of every minute when I’m working on something I love. My heart buzzes with joy and I feel amazing. Writing is one of my passions. I love helping people improve their life. It makes me come alive, and it keeps me in the present moment. Inspiration flows effortlessly, and it’s almost like I am channeling someone else as I am writing. Find your passion and go after it.


4. CARING ABOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK 
If you want to do something, then do it. Don’t waste any of your valuable time entertaining other people’s opinions on a situation. If there is something you want to do that makes you happy, then that is all that should matter to you. People’s views are irrelevant when it comes to your happiness. Unfortunately, too many people fail to realize this and end up with a life of regrets, instead of meaningful experiences.

 5. OVERANALYZING SITUATIONS THAT HAVEN’T EVEN HAPPENED 
It’s human nature to stress about things that have yet to happen, but when you think about it rationally, what’s the point? You can’t predict the future, and you certainly can’t change something that has not even happened yet. Deal with the situation as it comes, and react accordingly. It’s the only way to mold the experience to your benefit. 

6. WORRYING ABOUT YOUR APPEARANCE TO THE POINT OF EXHAUSTION
 I get it. You want to look your best. Honestly, in the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t matter if you wear your hair curly or straight. There’s no reason to try on every single outfit in your closet before going out. Think about it: You bought these items for a reason… put something on, smile at yourself in the mirror and be on your way. You have better things to concern yourself with, or at least you should. 

7. NOT LIVING IN THE MOMENT 
This goes hand-in-hand with overanalyzing situations that have yet to happen, but this includes your past mistakes and situations that have already come and gone as well. 
The only thing you can gain from the past are the lessons it taught you. No good can come from replaying situations you cannot hope to fix. Make peace with them and move on… because who you were then is definitely not who you are now. 

8. TAKING ON OTHER PEOPLE’S PROBLEMS 
There’s a reason you put the oxygen mask on yourself before attempt to help others. You have your own issues and dilemmas that you must take care of before you can even think of helping someone else. Sure, this may sound cynical and harsh, but, at the end of the day, you need to handle your life — and if that means keeping others’ negativity out of it, so be it. 

9. SURROUNDING YOURSELF WITH PEOPLE WHO DON’T MAKE YOU HAPPY
 Why people still hang around others out of obligation is utterly beyond me. Learn to accept that, sometimes, people from your past serve little to no role in your present. In actuality, they bring stress and drama into your life because you feel as if it is your responsibility to deal with their issues. Their problems are their own, and as you grow up, this is something that becomes more and more apparent. 

10. FOCUSING ON WHAT YOU DON’T HAVE INSTEAD OF WHAT YOU DO HAVE
 Do you know how many people would be over the moon with their lives if they had what you had? I’m not talking about material things either — although they do fit in this category. Surrounding yourself with great friends who care about you and a family who loves you are two of the most amazing things to have in your life. So stop worrying if you have the latest trendy item and appreciate the intangible items all around you. 

11. STAYING AT A JOB THAT YOU SEE NO FUTURE WITH
Of course, everyone, at one point or another, takes on a job just to pay the bills. But it’s so important to remember that, in the long run, a paycheck isn’t going to bring you the happy life a great career can. Money will only take you so far, your lifestyle is what is going to lead you to true happiness.

 12. TAKING ON MORE THAN YOU CAN HANDLE
Everyone has a breaking point, and this is a line you want to draw sooner than later. Don’t take on too many tasks simultaneously because all you will do is drive yourself to the brink of insanity. Multi-tasking, which may appear more efficient, often results in putting the minimum effort into multiple projects. Spreading yourself too thin rarely has favorable outcomes. 

13. CLUTTERING YOUR LIFE
Whether this is physically or mentally, you need to cut the bullsh*t out of your life. Is someone bringing you unnecessary aggravation? Cut that person out. Are you living in a city that only makes you miserable? Make the change. 

14. HOLDING ON TO GRUDGES AND ANGER
You know who suffers from holding on to anger? You do. When people hold on to bitterness and grudges, they falsely believe that they are making the other person suffer. In reality, the object of your anger disregarded your feelings in the first place, and isn’t losing sleep over your lingering distaste. What makes you think this person is dwelling on the situation? Even if someone has not given you the apology you rightfully deserve, just let it go. The sooner you stop caring, the better off you will be. 

15. LIVING TOO MUCH IN YOUR PAST 
Your past is… your past. It happened. Learn from it and let it be. There is nothing you can do to change it, so the sooner you accept it for what it was, the quicker you will be able to make peace with it. Stop holding people to standards that you created in your mind years ago. Take people for who they are and what they have to offer now. You will be pleasantly surprised to see how much people can change and mature over the years. 

16. COMPLAINING ABOUT THINGS THAT CAN’T BE CHANGED
You had a fight with a friend and said some things you wish you hadn’t… stop complaining. You lost a promotion to a coworker who rightfully deserved it… stop complaining. You didn’t get asked on a second date… stop complaining. An unfortunate truth in life is that some things just happen. You need to accept them for what they are. Complaining isn’t going to change anything except the tolerance levels of the people you surround yourself with. 

17. … ACTUALLY,  JUST COMPLAINING
Can everyone just stop complaining altogether? How much more positive would your life be if you stopped looking at the world as a glass half empty? The only thing that complaining does is bring negative energy into your life, and, honestly, who the hell wants a life full of that? 

18. HAVING POOR EATING AND DIETING HABITS
Not feeling comfortable in your own skin is probably one of the worst — if not the worst — feelings a person can experience. Unfortunately, instead of making the changes to alter this predicament, people sadly accept it and think that’s just the way their lives have to be. The sooner you realize this does not have to be your lifestyle, the happier and more comfortable you will be. 

19. LIVING THROUGH OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES
Whether it’s reality television or social media, living your life through other people’s experiences is nothing to be desired. Instead of lounging around, longing for a life of fun and travel, go out there and make this reality your own. That is, unless your favorite reality TV family is the Kardashians… don’t go out and emulate that lifestyle for the sake of humanity. 

20. FOCUSING ONLY ON YOUR INSECURITIES, NOT YOUR ATTRACTIVE QUALITIES
You know who notices the negatives more than the positives? You. You know who doesn’t? Everyone else. Sure, maybe you don’t look like Megan Fox (Honestly, who does?); maybe you don’t have the brains of Steve Jobs, but you have unique qualities that set you apart from everyone else. Live your life by your own set of standards and be a good person; this will shine through more than any potential insecurity. 

21. TRYING HARD TO BE SOMEONE ELSE INSTEAD OF EMBRACING YOUR ACTUAL SELF
Instead of focusing your time, effort and attention on other people’s lives, take that time and focus on your own. Concentrate on making yourself better instead of comparing yourself to someone else. You will never be that person, no matter how hard you try. Reflect on your life and your decisions and figure out a way to be the best possible version of yourself you can be. 

                                                       Sporah xoxo




                                                        Credit: elitedaily.

SPORAH TESTING FOR HIV LIVE ON TV.

Its HIV Testing Week, and this week on Vox Africa TV we have a very special program about HIV in the UK. Today Sporah will be talking to a remarkable young woman who is changing the way the community sees those living with the disease.

80% of people infected with HIV get the virus from someone who didn't know their status.
Yesterday I did My HIV Test LIVE On TV... It was toooo much to take, but I wanted the world to see how easy and simple is nowadays to do HIV test. And I was very Happy to share my results with the world because I believe HIV is no longer a death penalty. 
All went well #ThankGod Special Thanks to Paida who motivate me to do so.


Meet PAIDA who is on a mission to simply educate the community about what is like to be a young person living with HIV.
She was born with HIV,  she was informed she was HIV positive when she was just 11 yrs old.
Paida decided to come out as HIV Positive on social media aged 16
Now she is a Mother to a health baby boy as seen on the picture.


In the UK one in five people who have HIV don’t know they have it. In 2012 almost half of those diagnosed were diagnosed late, meaning they have been living with the virus for at least four years. Late diagnosis can result in worse health outcomes, a decreased life expectancy and a greater chance of passing the virus on.
 People diagnosed late also have a ten-fold increased risk of death within one year of HIV diagnosis compared to those diagnosed promptly.


Getting tested for HIV means that, If you do have HIV, you can start your treatment before the infection damages your body and health.


Many, if not most, people with HIV go on to live normal lives; they do have to take medication every day, but most are able to do so without major side effects and without major disruptions in their lives. They go to school, they work, they play, and they have relationships. That’s not to say that there aren’t challenges, there are. But having HIV is not a death sentence and HIV doesn’t have to take over your life. If you get treatment and stay on it, you can have a productive and meaningful life that is centered on other things that matter to you


Stigma is the no 1 problem affecting HIV people in our community.
Stigma is a huge barrie for people when it comes to living with HIV, with dating, sex, workplace and family.
Some people when they hear that someone’s HIV positive - especially us Africans - they’ll be seeing someone who’s dying, someone who is not supposed to touch anyone.”
HIV is an infection which many people have fears, prejudices or negative attitudes about.
Stigma can result in people with HIV being insulted, rejected, gossiped about and excluded from social activities.
Fear of this happening can lead to people with HIV being nervous about telling others that they have HIV or avoiding contact with other people.
They may end up suffering in silence instead of getting the help they need.
Stigma can also result in people with HIV believing the things that other people say about HIV.
For example, they may think it’s true that HIV is a death sentence or that most people with HIV are immoral or irresponsible.



STIGMA OF TESTING
Fear if i get diagnose what will i do
People have being  shot by family
How did i get it?
Mean you've been sleeping around!
I am a married man/woman why should i test?
We just had a just few years ago! (Women getting tested because of pregnancy)
Lack of trust (Are you telling me that shouldn't trust my partner?)
Why Fixing it if its not


STIGMA ON HIV DISEASE
Sexual disease (Means that you've been sleeping around)
If you find out you will die
Some people view HIV-positive women and men as a threat. Many become isolated – within their homes, in public, at their workplaces.
They are further stigmatized by others' assumptions about their moral integrity – such as the belief that they became infected with HIV because they chose to take part in risky behaviours.

SELF STIGMA
Insecurity or discomfort with their status
Involve fear in dating, Disclose of it.
 Assume someone is going to discriminate or reject you because you have HIV

 FAITH AND HIV
Faith in People believes that we see God’s healing very much at work in our world today through the skill of doctors, health professionals, medical and Pharmacutical reasearch and through the blessing that people receive through those who are able to affirm and accept us as we areIt is vital that all human beings receive positive unconditional love and acceptance for their growth and wellbeing, all of us need to know we are accepted and valued just for whom we are whatever illness or disability we may or may not be living with not least those living with HIV. This belief underpins our work
Whatever our faith, if it is a religion or a trust in the people around us, it can be a great source of strength to us. If we are worried about something, including HIV, we can use that faith to help us through.· Feeling loved, hopeful and peaceful, can help us feel stronger and to cope better. Religion often helps people to have these feelings.
80% of people infected with HIV get the virus from someone who didn't know their status, get tested! #HIVTestingWeek #NHTW Let's end the stigma. Join the thousands of people across the nation getting tested for HIV Testing Week and get tested today:


YOU might think it is something that happens to other people.
But anyone who has unprotected sex is at risk of contracting the HIV virus.
There are an estimated 100,000 people living with HIV or AIDs in the UK – and nearly a quarter of them are undiagnosed.
The only way to find out if you have HIV is to have an HIV test..... There is life after HIV. #HIVTestingWeek
#ItStartsWithMe
S p o r a h.