In this day and age, living positively with HIV/AIDS is a normal thing.
However, the challenges are still underlying in communities that do not fully support HIV infected patients.
Through finding true love for people living with AIDS, I believe the stigma can be done away with.
This is still hard enough, even for those who don’t have health issues.
However, healthy people should put themselves in the shoes of the patients in order to understand how they feel.
Imagine you have HIV, and you’re looking for someone special to share your life with. Where do you start?
The fact that having HIV does make people vulnerable simply by living with a life-threatening illness that is also sexually transmitted and still, even today, very stigmatized, stressing the message of hope for survival should be on the lips of every person who understands the AIDS pandemic.
As Rwandans we should help people with HIV/AIDS in our local areas to socialize with others so that they do not feel segregated.
As human beings, we all share the same experiences and concerns whether we AIDS or not.
Rwanda’s young men and women, you have to wake up and fight with all their strength to ensure that this disease does not continue to cripple our families and relationships with others.
We should all finf the basic and most free gift of love to share with our brothers and sisiters who are living with HIV/AIDS.