|Registered Office :
|Address||3A, Pitru Chaya, Beside Mehboob Film Studio 23C, Hill Road, Bandra(W), Mumbai - 400050, India|
|Factory Office :
D-58 & 59,Next to MSEB Office
Mek industrial Complex, Mumbai
Dist, Thane-400 612, INDIA
|Telephone||+919987888904 +919594000093 +912225465692|
HIV can be transmitted in three main ways:Sexual transmission
Who needs HIV prevention?Anyone can become infected with HIV, and so promoting widespread awareness of HIV through basic HIV and AIDS education is vital for preventing all forms of HIV transmission. Specific programmes can target key groups who have been particularly affected by a country's epidemic, for example children, women, men who have sex with men, injecting drug users and sex workers. Older people are also a group who require prevention measures, as in some countries an increasing number of new infections are occurring among those aged over 50.
Sexual transmissionWhat works? Someone can eliminate or reduce their risk of becoming infected with HIV during sex by choosing to: Abstain from sex or delay first sex
Transmission through bloodPeople who share equipment to inject recreational drugs risk becoming infected with HIV from other drug users who have HIV. Methadone maintenance and other drug treatment programmes are effective ways to help people eliminate this risk by giving up injected drugs altogether. However, there will always be some injecting drug users who are unwilling or unable to end their habit, and these people should be encouraged to minimise the risk of infection by not sharing equipment.
Mother-to-child transmissionWhat works? HIV can be transmitted from a mother to her baby during pregnancy, labour and delivery, and later through breastfeeding. The first step towards reducing the number of babies infected in this way is to prevent HIV infection in women, and to prevent unwanted pregnancies.