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27 January 2017

How do you get HIV?

Despite what you may have heard, there are only a few ways you can get HIV. 

27 January 2017

Effective HIV prevention programmes

Effective HIV prevention combines behavioral, structural and biomedical interventions.

27 January 2017

Behavioural HIV interventions

Behavioural interventions seek to reduce the risk of HIV transmission by addressing risky behaviours.

27 January 2017

Biomedical HIV interventions

Biomedical interventions use a mix of clinical and medical approaches to reduce HIV transmission.

27 January 2017

Structural interventions

Structural interventions seek to address underlying factors that make individuals or groups vulnerable to HIV infection. 

27 January 2017

HIV timeline - key fact no.2

1983 HIV timeline fact.

27 January 2017

World Health Organization PMTCT guidelines

In September 2015, the WHO released new guidelines recommending lifelong antiretroviral treatment for all pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV.

27 January 2017

HIV timeline - key fact no.6

2013 HIV timeline fact.

27 January 2017

Global progress in preventing mother-to-child transmission

Between 2009 and the end of 2015, there was a 60% decline in new HIV infections among children in the Global Plan priority countries.

27 January 2017

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission by region

There is still huge disparity in access to PMTCT programmes in different regions of the world.