In certain period the world goes through crisis that leads the nation to deflate in the economical aspect and growth of a nation. In this period HIV and AIDS are one of the biggest disease that the world is facing that’s leading the death of many human being through our nation. Everyone is at risk of obtaining these viruses. However, there are precautions to take. Needle Exchange Program (NEP) a community service which authorizes drug users to inject and to acquire hypodermic needles and related paraphernalia at little to no cost. HIV is also known as human immunodeficiency virus it infects the vital organs and cells of the human immune system. It is the virus that can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS, if not treated. If HIV is acquired once, you have it for the rest of your life. AIDS is a disease in which there is a severe loss of the body’s cellular immunity, greatly lowering the resistance to infection. This paper is stating the cause, effects/symptoms of HIV and what people can do if they have HIV or AIDS. There are different ways where you could acquire AIDS/HIV. One is by having sexual intercourse with a person who has AIDS/HIV without a use of a condom. Second is mother to child. Third, by sharing or reusing injection equipment usually happens with IV drug users which is a major hazard. Lastly, with contaminated blood transfusion. Transmitting HIV through contaminated blood isn’t as risky because of developed countries and due to meticulous screening and precautions. Over one million Americans are estimated to be infected by this disease. Yearly 40,000 to 80,000 Americans become infected with AIDS and HIV. The main reason people are getting this disease is that they are not aware of the consequences, which is getting HIV. And continue to not use protection. Being aware is a major key to the prevention of obtaining this disease. All in all the symptoms of HIV are depending on the regular health of the person. The infections are caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, and sometimes parasites. These situation like mentioned do not normally emerge in individuals with a healthy body or immune systems because their healthy immune system fights off some bacteria and help protect the body until treatment is given for the infection. The symptoms of early HIV infection may include: fever, chills, joint pain, muscle aches, sore throat, sweats (particularly at night), enlarged glands, a red rash, tiredness, weakness, unintentional weight loss. The listed symptoms are the main and most important to notice. Over the years of having HIV, there aren’t symptoms anymore. In this paragraph, you will learn about what the Needle Exchange Program is. Before we get into the NEP knowing the Red Ribbon is the worldwide symbol of support and awareness for people living with HIV is significant. The Needle Exchange Program helps drug users obtain clean needles. Most drug users share needle when they are injecting themselves with drugs or other substances and the NEP helps people to avoid this kind of situation. This program also gives you referrals to HIV testing and treatment services, advice on how to avoid and manage overdose, other health and welfare services. In addition, this program is good because it can help you save your money by giving you referrals and treatments and not having to go to expensive doctor treatments.AIDS is a disease in which there is a severe loss of the body’s cellular immunity, greatly lowering the resistance to infection and malignancy. ” A person is said to have AIDS when their immune system is too weak to fight off infections or don’t treat HIV right away and they develop certain defining symptoms and illnesses which are stated in previous paragraphs.”(ADVERT) AIDS is the last stage of HIV, which is when the infection is most advanced, and if it is left untreated it can lead to death. Having HIV once sticks with a person’s whole life so it’s especially important to get treatment right away and to enlighten and educate oneself on this deadly virus. Many people leave the infection untreated which is the main reason why people die from AIDS. To avoid this go check and make sure that a person’s partner and themselves don’t have AIDS before deciding to have any type of sexual intercourse. Talking to your partner about this and normalizing this type conversation is highly important and recommended. In conclusion, HIV and AIDS are one of the most deadly diseases. Having campaigns such as the Needle Exchange Program can bring awareness and can help more people to be careful when they have sexual intercourse or use drugs. We believe that creating a campaign that helps people become more aware of the infection HIV/AIDS and how to protect yourself against, the symptom, etc.. is important. This especially implies to teenagers throughout the age of 14-19 because that’s the age many kids are undisciplined and are exploring their sexuality. People need to be mindful of the consequence of not using a condom and going to the hospital to check for any types of disease. This should matter to you because creating a healthy environment for the world and the next generation starts with oneself. All of the information we have given about the Needle Exchange Program, HIV, and AIDS will benefit you positively and help you build a healthy lifestyle. It can help anyone reduce the risk of getting this virus. If someone has HIV, AIDS you should share this information, normalize this as a conversation topic to talk about because this can not be stressed enough.