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18 June 2018

Tanzania: Progress towards the 90-90-90 targets (2017)

The HIV epidemic continues to grow in Tanzania. In 2017, only 52% of all those living with HIV were virally suppressed.

13 February 2018

New infections in children

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.

13 February 2018

Testing rates in infants exposed to HIV

The World Health Organization recommends that infants exposed to HIV during pregnancy are tested within two week of being born. Yet globally rates of early infant diagnosis are low.

13 February 2018

Preventing mother-to-child transmission around the world

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.

13 February 2018

Uganda: Progress towards the 90/90/90 targets (2017)

Good progress is being made towards the 90-90-90 targets in Uganda, but still many people do not have access to antiretroviral treatment.

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from bathing

HIV can't survive in water, so you can't get HIV from swimming pools or baths. 

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from hugging

HIV can't survive outside the body so you won't get HIV from touching someone or hugging them. 

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from insect bites

You can't get HIV from insects because when they bite you they don't inject the blood of the last person they bit.

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from kissing

There is such a small amount of HIV in the saliva of someone with HIV that you can't get HIV from kissing.

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from sneezes and coughs

HIV cannot survive in the air, so you can't get HIV from other people's coughs or sneezes.