AfA presents Red Ribbon Awards to
British High Commission &
Luxasia Foundation

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AfA presents Red Ribbon Awards to British High Commission & Luxasia Foundation

This year, we were honoured to present the Awards to two remarkable organisations with whom we have enjoyed significant partnerships: The British High Commission and Luxasia Foundation. At the event to receive the Awards were His Excellency Scott Wightman, British High Commissioner to Singapore, and Mr Patrick Chong, Chairman of Luxasia Foundation.

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Annual Report 2014

Travel ban eased for foreigners with HIV - 31 Aug 2015

In 2014, 456 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections were reported among Singapore residents. This brings the total number of HIV infected Singapore residents to 6,685 as of end 2014, of whom 1,737 have died. Sexual transmission remains the main mode of HIV transmission among Singapore residents. Of the 456 cases reported in 2014, 440 cases (96%) acquired the infection through the sexual route...

2014 HIV Statistics Update - 2 Jun 2015

In 2014, 456 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections were reported among Singapore residents. This brings the total number of HIV infected Singapore residents to 6,685 as of end 2014, of whom 1,737 have died. Sexual transmission remains the main mode of HIV transmission among Singapore residents. Of the 456 cases reported in 2014, 440 cases (96%) acquired the infection through the sexual route...
 
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