Jimmy, Alex and Krishen are activists from the UK. They share their experiences with telling friends, family and love interests about their HIV status. They talk about the reactions they have had - the good, the bad and the surprising.
In the second instalment of our new series – Talking HIV – we hear from Jimmy and Favour from Malawi. Jimmy and Favour are both 19 and living with HIV. We hear them talk about what it’s really like being young and positive, their personal struggles and how they got through them.
In this instalment of Talking HIV, Chifundo and Tiyamike, women from Malawi, talk about their experiences of being pregnant and living with HIV. They share tips on how to look after your health and talk about the way that their diagnoses affected their relationships.
To end stigma, we want to get more people Talking HIV. In the first episode of our new series, journalists from Malawi, Milton and Geoffrey talk about how they shared their diagnosis with their partners.
Successes in preventing mother-to-child transmission mean that 2 million new HIV infections in children have been prevented since 2000. To reach the UNAIDS targets for 2020 we must reduce annual new infections to 20,000 by 2020.
UNAIDS targets aim to provide 95% of pregnant women living with HIV with life-long antiretroviral treatment, to prevent the onwards transmission of HIV to their children and to keep them healthy. This infographic shows global progress towards these goals.