An Indian saree adorned with condoms plays the lead role in the documentary ‘SURAKSHA’ (meaning protection- see the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm7IhLUzhXY, that was made to raise HIV awareness in India and beyond. 
It began with a single bag: Jean Paul Gaultier's unique creation for the fourth edition of Eastpak Artist Studio in support of Designers Against AIDS (DAA). 
As the Tokio Hotel Official Philippine Fan Club have been around since 2007 and were actually the first fan club in Asia Pacific to be declared as official -even before the Humanoid album was released- we have been known to organize elaborate parties and events to keep the fan base alive and interested in the band, despite the long hiatus. 
New AIDS cases are spiking in China.
China’s health officials reported 104.000 new HIV/AIDS infections in China in 2014, according to China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency, citing Wang Guoqiang, vice head of the official National Health and Family Planning Commission. 

During the last few weeks, the DAA Online Charity Shop has been given a small revamp. 

Following a year long pilot program in Indonesia called Bali Against AIDS, we now plan to expand the project to cover the entire country, reaching out to young people with all the information they need for their sexual health including what diseases are out there, symptoms, protecting themselves, where to get tested, their rights as well as the support available to them regarding these matters. 
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