In the 2015 Tampa HIV Consciousness Month, the integration of the disease prevention and care plan becomes the center of the discussion. That is due to the growing numbers of individuals who suffer on the infection. Private and public sectors aim to establish a planning process that caters not only the need of those people with the disease but also find ways of developing a comprehensive structure that focuses on prevention and treatments.
The priorities regarding the plan of aligning a broader solution for the condition is still a process. And though it seems like the situation is out of hand, the awareness continues to mobilize results. Since not all people are open about the issue, health organizations instill the need for diagnosis and possible medications. Along with the decision of making a public announcement on the recent data of HIV cases, the community’s response determines a collaborative success.
The goals in identifying solution offer information that promises to end the epidemic. However, since most people are still not convinced with the importance of prevention, the battle seems to take its time. The fight for AIDS and HIV demand greater understanding to be able to experience its success. That’s the reason why the awareness month aims to develop a more active community that encourage and support people who don’t seem to commit to the disease’s elimination.
Though the fight is an ongoing process, parts of the world are celebrating for a great success of the continued collaboration. These are from the government assistance, service providers, consumers, health advocates, and even the world health organization. We know that the progress is only a small portion of the current situation. However, the steps on sharing information are creating a good result through assessment, effort, coordination, and evaluation. Combining all the integrated plans in ensuring public health is undoubtedly one of the objectives for community development.