WAAF enhances access to health care and treatment WAAF Ehances Access to Health Care and Treatment

West Africa AIDS Foundation (WAAF) with support from its onsite health centre, International Health Centre has...

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Dignatries Ligthening the candles to remember the dead
Children at the Candle Night Event
Esther from WAAF educating the community members on HIV issues
HIV | TB Tips :
Abstain from alcohol and refrain from smoking
Communicate with your doctor to know what’s going on in your life so he/she can be of help ifs there’s a problem.
Complete the full course of your TB medications
Connect with us to manage your HIV status as a major key to good health
Continue your usual leisure and work activities to the best of your ability, according to your doctor’s advice.
Cover your mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and wear a face mask when around people during the first few weeks of treatment.
Find support and surround yourself with family, friends who will be there for you in good times and bad.
Go for a check-up if you suspect that you could be suffering from TB especially if you continue to cough.
HIV treatment is easier and safer than ever, treatment prolongs your health, survival and reduces the risk of HIV transmission.
If someone you know has contracted TB, encourage him or her to adhere faithfully to the treatment
Keep your immune system functioning properly by adopting healthy eating habits, exercising regularly and getting sufficient sleep
Know your legal rights and responsibilities. If you think you’ve been discriminated against or aren’t sure if you’re required to disclose your HIV status to sex partners, contact your local WAAF to learn more
Know your status today with a simple blood or oral swab test with WAAF
Learn as much as you can. The more you know about HIV, the better you’ll understand why care and treatment are so important.
Skipping doses or not taking your medications as prescribed can have serious consequences, if you’re struggling with adherence, talk to us now.
Smoking of Tobacco greatly increases the risk of heart disease and certain cancers in people living with HIV. If you’re willing to quit, we can help you.
Spit in a paper tissue and then throw it away into a closed trash can or a toilet.
Stay at home especially during the first two weeks of your TB treatment
Take care of yourselves, eat well and get a lot of sleep
Take your anti-tuberculosis medication regularly

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