A few days ago I came across a very weird yet interesting subject on the internet. I’m talking about the life-size silicone sex dolls made by ‘Sinthetics’. 
Everybody knows that we love fashion almost as much as we love fighting HIV/AIDS, so imagine our delight when earlier today UNAIDS retweeted a message from the Born Free Africa organization announcing a new fashion project that launches today, including _DAA as one of the recipients, next to UNAIDS Director Michel Sidibé, Annie Leibovitz (who photographed the campaign) and Victoria Beckham! 
As I was browsing the internet for some information on how condoms save lives, I came across this ‘survival website’. 
We have arrived in Bali armed with new educational materials- created by the students at our International HIV/AIDS Awareness Education Center in Belgium to help in the fight against HIV/AIDS -using pop culture, as is usual for Designers/Bali against AIDS and what's one of the first things I read? An article on Bali Discovery where Bali governor Made Mangku Pastika appeals to all Balinese people to help in the fight, starting with the sex workers- over 20% of whom are infected with HIV and that's a conservative figure, as not every woman gets tested. 
GENEVA/NEW YORK, 30 January 2014—The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) announced today the expansion of its Treatment 2015 initiative with a US$ 2 million grant provided by the heart and soul of M∙A∙C Cosmetics, the M∙A∙C AIDS Fund. 
Good news for supporters of DAA:if you didn't manage to order your copy of our book 'Designers against AIDS: 
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