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Published on Oct 8, 2008
DUBLIN, Ireland, 7 October, 2008 Developing social welfare services to ease child poverty and supporting vulnerable families led the agenda at the fourth Global Partners Forum on Children affected by HIV and AIDS, a two-day conference in Dublin co-hosted by Irish Aid and UNICEF this week.
Bringing together some 200 delegates from more than 40 countries, the Forum enabled professionals working on HIV/AIDS issues to share and discuss ways to improve the lives of children affected by the disease particularly in the areas of health, education and welfare.
Singer-songwriter and AIDS activist Annie Lennox lent her support to the Forum, stressing that broader global awareness of HIV and AIDS will help fight the pandemic.
What we must do is help people the ordinary person in the street who wants to do something to find a way to connect, to find a way to make a difference, she said.