Press Releases with tag "HIV/AIDS"
Queens Man Rowboat Departs Brooklyn
Victor Mooney of Flushing, New York watched his 24' custom made Brazilian rowboat, christened The Spirit of Malabo, hoisted into a Maersk Line container today at the Gateway Marina.
HIV/ AIDS Campaigner Completes Circumvention of Long Island by Rowboat
Having the boat in the water was a huge advantage - Victor Mooney
Equatorial Guinea First Lady Proclaim Mother Africa
"The First Lady of Equatorial Guinea is the epitome of perfection", says Victor Mooney of South African Arts International.
American Rower and African President Team Up to Fight AIDS
President Obiang of The Republic of Equatorial Guinea joined Victor Mooney of Queens this morning in the global fight against AIDS.
Equatorial Guinea President Leads the Charge for Mans Row Across the Atlantic Ocean
Transatlantic row will help fight against HIV/AIDS and build a permanent UN Slave Memorial in New York City.
African Ambassador Christen the Spirit of Malabo in New York
H.E. Kelebone Maope, Ambassador and Permanent Representative for the Kingdom of Lesotho to the UN christens the Spirit of Malabo.
Transatlantic Boat Christened on UN Slave Remembrance Day
United Nations Ambassadors and others will join New York AIDS activist Victor Mooney for the christening of his Brazilian rowboat named The Spirit of Malabo in New York.
Equatorial Guinea President Scores a Grand Slam for HIV Testing
In20minutes.org is a global campaign designed to encourage voluntary HIV testing. The campaign begins on World AIDS DAY 2013 and will be promoted during the Goree Challenge IV - Spirit of Malabo project.
Salvador Scores First for the 2014 World Cup
"To reach an AIDS-free generation, we need everyone to score a goal", said Victor Mooney in Salvador.
A Cardinal Blessing In Brazil
"There was a special aurora around this holy man", said Mooney.
Equatorial Guinea Donates 30K to The Goree Challenge
The Goree Challenge is a 5,000 mile solo transatlantic row from Las Palmas, Canary Islands to New York City and will begin later this year. The Goree Challenge mission is to encourage voluntary HIV testing, increase access to antiretroviral medicine
Equatorial Guinea: 2012 Convener of the Year
H.E. Obiang, President of Equatorial Guinea, has mastered the Art of Humanity.
A Tweet of Faith for World AIDS Day
Bid on a commemorative rowing oar at Ebay from November 29 - December 3, which was signed by U.S. Congressional members and United Nation diplomats.
Equatorial Guinea Saluted in New York City
African-American-Equaguinean's celebrate their nationality at 44th Anniversary of Equatorial Guinea.
Equatorial Guinea Celebrates Independence Day in New York
"For African-Americans, Equatorial Guinea's 44th Anniversary marks our return to the motherland", said Victor Mooney.
AIDS Cases In Equatorial Guinea Is Refuted
"These numbers are completely wrong" says Tomas Mecheba Fernandez, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
Dying Of AIDS, A Former Drug Dealer Will Tell People Of Her Past In The Internet
On 28 August, the World League "Mind Free of Drugs" and Nazaraliev Medical Centre launch a blog of a drug addicted woman dying of AIDS in a post-Soviet country.
Sullivan Summit Ends With The Spirit Of Malabo
Victor Mooney, AIDS activist and executive director of New York based - South African Arts International, Ltd. (SAAI) has pledged to keep the camaraderie alive; thereby, naming his Brazilian custom made ocean rowboat "The Spirit of Malabo" in a
American AIDS Activist Names Trans-Atlantic Rowboat In E Guinea Next Week
"Remarkably, President Mbasogo has kept a light on the fight against AIDS with an array of public outreach efforts to improve public awareness of discrimination against those with HIV/AIDS and prevention initiatives", said Victor Mooney.
PEPFAR Scores A Goal
GIVEAWAY: Win a 2010 Official World Cup Match Ball in celebration of PEPFAR 10 year anniversary at facebook.com/goreechallenge.
Walking With The Tide
200-mile fundraising walk aims to raise $5,000 for ocean rowboat.
SkyBridge Capital Scores A Goal
South African Arts International, Ltd. donates 2010 World Cup Match Ball and "soil" from the home of Nelson Mandela for Aspire Giving Foundation charity auction.
HIV Law Project Honored with NGLCCNY Social Enterprise Award.
NGLCCNY Recognizes HIV Law Project's Innovative and Leading-Edge Practices for Making a Difference in the Community
Score A Goal For John Paul
National collection drive is launch in the U.S. for rosaries during Pope Benedict visit to Mexico.
Author L Guy Burton's Latest Novel Addresses HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Every 9 minutes someone in the US becomes newly infected with HIV/AIDS. 1.2 million Americans are living with the disease. More than half a million people with HIV/AIDS in the US have died since the epidemic began in 1981.