HIV is the virus that leads to AIDS and, despite advances in today’s medicine, it remains one of world’s most dangerous and problematic health issues.
While the number of newly infected people and aids-related deaths have dropped in recent years, the speed of the decline is not yet quick enough to really help matters on a global scale.
The problem has had the biggest impact on Africa, particularly the Eastern and Southern region. This area accounts for 6.2% of the world’s population but is currently home to 19 million people living with HIV, more than 50% of the total number of people on the planet living with the condition.
We are the one generation to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. It’s on us to support charities, governments and other organizations in providing the necessary education and care needed to put a stop to the epidemic
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