UNAIDS Predicts Massive AIDS Reduction

The UNAIDS predicts a massive reduction in HIV/IDS cases by the end of the decade

The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) says that South Africa should see a massive reduction in HIV/IDS cases by the end of the decade after a sea-change in government policy.

The UNAIDS regional director for East and Southern Africa, Sheila Tlou, points out that the country now has more people with HIV infections than any country in the world, with 5.6 million.

Tlou says that East and Southern Africa is known as ‘the centre of the epidemic’ because of the 34 million people living with HIV in the world, almost three quarters live in that region.

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Source: 
Independent Online

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