Dimapur, October 29: The Nagaland User’s Network (NUN), the network of people who use drugs in Nagaland has shared its concern on the stopping of support from the LFA in the battle against HIV/AIDS in the state of Nagaland.
Pepe Khamo, president of NUN stated that the LFA has contributed a lot in the fight against HIV/AIDS and that the sudden withdrawal of support has created a gap in the HIV program in the state.
He said when the support from the LFA was there, it had really made a lot of difference in terms of awareness, education and informing the general community across the state which has empowered many when it comes to HIV and AIDS.
He said the NUN would be at the receiving end if the support is withdrawn and urged the Chief Minister and his team to reconsider the decision for a better Nagaland. (Page News Service)