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World Tuberculosis Day

March 24th, 2011

I presented my confessions (below) to the International Childhood Tuberculosis Meeting (March 17th-18th, 2011 Stockholm), as a symbolic act directed to the entire Tuberculosis community.

In this link of the European Centre for Disease Control you can see some news and documents about the meeting

http://ecdc.europa.eu/en/healthtopics/spotlight/spotlight_tuberculosis_2011/Pages/index.aspx

For many who were present, this was "an eye opener meeting", which focused on a neglected topic, inside a neglected disease: Tuberculosis among children. Some of my remarks in this meeting were:

·         The Tuberculosis community can help the AIDS movement and not just the other way around.

·         The women's movement, especially the networks of women living with HIV could be a strong voice against Tuberculosis among children, because often, it might be the HIV positives mothers, the ones who will transmit Tuberculosis to the children. Women are also the care givers of sick people, sometimes, including the fact that we are also fighting chronic infections like HIV.

·         The Tuberculosis community can greatly benefit from the advocacy, action and involvement of faith communities; God gives the mandate to take care of the widow and the orphan.

·         Finally, I believe the Stop TB Partnership has to take advantage of the force of UN Women, together with other UN agencies like UNICEF, especially in much unspoken issues like Childhood Tuberculosis.

In this document I confess the reasons why I became an advocate against Tuberculosis, but just recently and not 10 years ago when I was tested HIV positive. Someone asked me, why you had to "confess", not being an advocate against Tuberculosis is not a sin?

It is not a sin but, if one realizes something is unfair and continues to live ignoring it, there has to be some disconnection, between the message of social justice, the right to health and the ability to speak and act against a problem of my community. This is what I am repenting about:

I repent of not becoming an advocate against Tuberculosis 10 years ago when I was tested HIV positive. In the 10 years that I was silent, many of my friends who were HIV positive died because of Tuberculosis.

You don't have to wait, become an advocate against Tuberculosis now. You can begin by signing on the Call for Action for Childhood TB (attached). All signatories should reply to childhoodTB@treatmentactiongroup.org  Please submit your signatures by Thursday March 24th.

Pictures of the International TB Childhood meeting can be seen in this link

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Confessions: Why did I join the Tuberculosis movement just recently and not 10 years ago?

March 24th marks the World Tuberculosis Day. Today I want to make some confessions. Why being an HIV positive activist, I decided to join the Tuberculosis movement just recently and not 10 years ago when I was tested HIV positive?

This is why; I finally joined the TB movement:

·         Because many people living with HIV are dying with Tuberculosis and because it is not acceptable that people continue to die of a curable and preventable disease.

·         Because the stigma associated to TB nowadays is greater than the one to HIV, for many people it is easier to speak on their HIV status but not on their TB infection.

·         Because the integration of TB and HIV services could dramatically reverse the deaths of people with HIV in the developing world.

·         Because I understood that the people getting TB infections are the poorest and the most marginalized among the community of people living with HIV.

·         Because I am vulnerable if my community is affected by TB and because my country is endemic for TB.

·         Because I realize HIV/AIDS can no longer work in isolation, it needs to go back to primary health and for me; TB is the first big and open door for the integration of services.

·         Because TB is an open door to catalyze the work on primary health addressing the social determinants of health, public health, human rights and social justice and the affirmation of health as a fundamental human right at large scale across the globe; and because TB needs to learn the work on human rights and community mobilization that the AIDS movement permitted to flourish, through the involvement of people affected and living with HIV.

·         Because TB is an opportunity to advocate not only for individual rights (my right as a human being and a citizen), but also the collective rights of communities that are vulnerable to TB infection.

·         Because it is an issue of gender justice. Because of gender inequalities, women are more likely to get an active TB infection and because women need, at least, a triple integration of services: on TB, on sexual and reproductive health and rights and on HIV services.

·         Because I want to use my skills on advocacy to ask for more research of diagnosis and medicines and because TB does not have a group of Hollywood stars advocating for it.

·         Because very vulnerable groups and people are being affected by TB (children, prisoners, very sick people with HIV among others).

These are some of the reasons why I joined the TB movement recently, and the reasons why I will continue to advocate for greater action on TB control with a perspective of human rights of people affected.

You too are vulnerable to TB, but you too can also join the TB movement today. D

Journal of Confessions. Gracia Violeta Ross Quiroga graciavioleta@gmail.com

National Chair, Bolivian Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (REDBOL).Community Representative on the TB-HIV Core Working Group, Stop TB Partnership.

 
 
 
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13601 Access to HIV treatment and prevention. A fundamental human right

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HIV and Human Rights side event

16th Session of the Human Rights Council

March 17th, 2011

Palais du Nations, Geneva

Access to HIV Treatment and to HIV prevention services: A fundamental Human Right

Thank you so much for the invitation to speak on this panel.

My name is Gracia Violeta, I am from Bolivia, a country that has 0.2% HIV prevalence with a population of 9 million people.

Many people working on human rights don't understand the connections between human rights and HIV, and that is why I will give an example of how HIV interrelate with fundamental human rights, especially, the right to life and the right to health.

I was diagnosed HIV positive in 2000 and I am living with HIV for the last ten years. When I was tested, no treatment was available for people with HIV; therefore we attended funerals weekly, wondering, who will be the next one to die?

In 2000 some leaders living with HIV founded the Bolivian Network of People living with HIV (REDBOL) and in 2002, 52 persons living with HIV presented a petition to the Inter American Commission on Human Rights, asking them to instruct the Bolivian government to take "Precautionary Measures" to avoid our deaths. These precautionary measures meant claiming for our fundamental right to live and the right to health.

The Inter American Commission favored our petition and that is why Bolivia was forced to provide antiretroviral medications, they fulfilled this duty in 2004, when only 22 out of the 52 original people with HIV who signed the petition, were still alive and many new people with HIV joined the petition. I was blessed to be among the 22 survivors. Where did the antiretroviral medications come from? They came from a donation of the Brazilian government and after from the grants of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Had these provisions of Human Rights in the Inter American Commission on Human Rights not been available, people with HIV in Bolivia would have passed away long ago, including me.

I told you this experience to give an example of how HIV and Human Rights relate; but also to show what can be the outcome of horizontal partnerships between people living with HIV, civil society who supported the petition, human rights bodies like the Inter American Commission on Human Rights and member states and governments like Brazil or the donors of the Global Fund who responded to the obligation to protect the right to life and the right to health.

Access to HIV treatment is a fundamental human right.

Access to HIV prevention commodities is a fundamental human right.

I am speaking about the right to health and the right to live.

Some people don't believe access to HIV treatment and prevention are fundamental human rights, and because of the financial crisis, some counties in the donor community are slowly walking away from the AIDS funding, thinking it is a solved problem. Others are even asking: why is it needed to continue funding HIV treatment if it is not sustainable? Precisely for that reason, you must invest now, because now is cheaper than what it could be in 2, 5 or 10 years later. People with HIV are the labor force of every day economies. Investing on HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention today, will deliver results and benefit people like me (the HIV positive ones) and for my communities (the HIV negative), after all, the entire community.

In countries like Bolivia, HIV/AIDS is not a priority because the perception is that it affects only some groups and not the majority of the population; we know this is not true. There is no perception of the investment at the community level, an investment on the workforce, that labor that produces and sustains the economy of a given country.

One of the quickest ways of sustaining the HIV response is integrating it on the existing TB, maternal and child health services and sexual and reproductive services. This is the time in which AIDS needs other health movements and services: TB, maternal and child health and primary health services. Otherwise HIV will just fall off the agenda of development.

This kind of integration is not only sustainable but also benefits people in the communities. On my work with women I realized that women need, at least, a triple integration of services: TB-sexual and reproductive health and rights-HIV; ideally social and legal services would boost heath services. This is needed, believe me, I know this as a woman living with HIV and one who survived rape in 1998, an experience that made me conscious of the many violations of human rights women face across the globe because of gender inequality, like violence, even the right to security and bodily integrity.

I think one fundamental message that the wider society needs to understand is that because human rights were not respected and protected in the first place, that is why HIV progressed to the levels we see now.

My call for you, in your capacities and with your respective stakeholders, is that of a reinvigorated advocacy on HIV/AIDS, especially towards the HIV/AIDS High Level Meeting in New York in June. The outcomes of that meeting will be fundamental for the future of the AIDS response. We must continue the efforts, because they are a matter of fulfilling the commitments member states already made on relation to:

·         human rights (those of the individual and those of the communities)

·         public health

·         social and gender justice

People living with HIV, we are here to help, but we also need your help.

Thank you.

Pictures of the 12th Meeting of the UNAIDS Human Rights Reference Group Meeting and the HIV side event during the 16th Session of the Human Rights Council

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=339874&id=588810952&l=5bf98c8832

 

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graciavioleta@gmail.com

National Chair, Bolivian Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (REDBOL)TB-HIV Community Representative, Stop TB Partnership
 

Gracia Violeta Ross

Representante Nacional Red Nacional de personas con VIH REDBOL (National Chair Bolivian Network of People living with HIV)
Community Representative in the TB-HIV Core Group, STOP TB Partnership (Representante de la Comunidad en el Grupo TB-VIH, Alianza para detener la TB)
www.redbol.org
Tel (Casa/Home) 591-2-2777420. Cel (Mobile) 591-77734980
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1.     Displacement and nonlinear chromatographic techniques in the investigation of interaction of noncompetitive inhibitors with an immobilized alpha3beta4 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor liquid chromatographic stationary phase.

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Analytical Chemistry

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2.     Synthesis and properties of furo[4,3,2-de][1]benzopyran

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4.    A novel, potent, and selective 5-HT(7) antagonist: (R)-3-(2-(2-(4-methylpiperidin-1-yl)ethyl)pyrrolidine-1-sulfonyl) phen ol (SB-269970).

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   8.       Selective 5-HT1A and 5-HT7 antagonists decrease epileptic activity in the WAG/Rij rat model of absence epilepsy.

Graf M. Jakus R. Kantor S. Levay G. and Bagdy G. (2004)

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