This report by UNAIDS reveals concerning trends in new HIV infections among adults. The Prevention gap report shows that while significant progress is being made in stopping new HIV infections among children (new HIV infections have declined by more than 70% among children since 2001 and are continuing to decline), the decline in new HIV infections among adults has stalled. The report shows that HIV prevention urgently needs to be scaled up among this age group.
The Prevention gap report shows that an estimated 1.9 million adults have become infected with HIV every year for at least the past five years and that new HIV infections among adults are rising in some regions. The Prevention gap report gives the clear message that HIV prevention efforts need to be increased in order to stay on the Fast-Track to ending AIDS by 2030.
Norman J. Sinappen @NormanJSinappen
Fri, 05/25/2018 - 09:19
RT @Gabmilla1: @NormanJSinappen here in Nigeria the Raye of kidney issues is becoming alarming @aidsactioneurop @EUinNigeria https://t.co/U…
Fri, 05/25/2018 - 09:08
@NormanJSinappen here in Nigeria the Raye of kidney issues is becoming alarming @aidsactioneurop @EUinNigeria https://t.co/UdfWWLv2uJ
Ed Accura @ed_accura
Wed, 05/23/2018 - 07:39
@FreekSpinnewijn @FEANTSA @PaulJBelcher @EPHA_EU @aidsactioneurop @MichaelMarmot He said even an eye contact would… https://t.co/0TEuuxYL7s