The World AIDS Day

Pemakanan Diet Sihat Yang Betul - Although major advances in the medical world, HIV / AIDS remains one of the public
health challenges of the most significant in the world, especially in countries of low and middle income, with the level of risk of new diagnoses each year and young women in sub-Saharan Africa

World AIDS Day on December 1, is used to unite people in the fight against HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus was first identified in 1984, to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate those who have died.

The World AIDS Day
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In the world AIDS day, UN member countries agreed in September, with a new global goal to end the AIDS epidemic in 2030. 
By 2015 UNAIDS, the UN children's agency UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) provide facts about AIDS were reported by the Times of India website:

1. Globally, about 36.9 million people were living with HIV, including 2.6 million children.

2. In 2014 an estimated 2 million people have been infected with HIV.

3. An estimated 1.2 million people died in 2014 and this year 34 million people died from HIV or AIDS

The World AIDS Day


4. The number of teen deaths from AIDS have tripled over the last 15 years.

5. AIDS is the number one cause of death among teenagers in Africa and the second globally.

6. In the area of ​​sub-Saharan Africa, the region with the highest prevalence of HIV / AIDS. As many as 7 out of 10 girls there who had been infected with the HIV virus are among those aged 15-19 years.

7. At the beginning of 2015, 15 million people were receiving antiretroviral therapy than in 2001 as many as 1 million people

8. Although HIV testing is widely available, only about 51 percent of people with HIV are unaware that they suffer from the disease.

9. The global response to HIV has been avoiding more than 30 million new HIV infections and almost 8 million deaths since 2000.

10. In 2015, Cuba became the first country declared to have eliminated the transmission of HIV from mother to child.
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