On World AIDS Day, UNICEF released its annual global and regional snapshots for 2018 and a special report on how the HIV and AIDS epidemic will affect children and adolescents through the year 2030.
Download the global snapshot and the regional snapshots:
Eastern and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa, South Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, East Asia and the Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Children, HIV and AIDS: The World in 2030 is a special report based on a new analysis of current trends in the HIV response and population estimates. Renewed attention and investment for children and adolescents and the adoption of innovative programmatic solutions can change the trajectory for this population in the next 10 years – for the better. The coordinated delivery of multiple interventions including with new technologies can help prevent new HIV infections among adolescents, finish the unfinished business of preventing mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), and make sure all children and adolescents living with HIV are on treatment. Read more in the press release.
|Without additional investments in HIV prevention, testing and treatment programmes, 76 adolescent will die of AIDS-related diseases every day between 2018 and 2030. UNICEF’s special report calls for renewed attention on children and adolescents to change this trajectory in the next 10 years.
The coordinated delivery of innovative programmatic solutions can help prevent new HIV infections among adolescents, finish the unfinished business of preventing mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), and make sure all children and adolescents living with HIV are on treatment. Download the report.
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