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23 August 2019

HIV and AIDS in Botswana

It is estimated that 370,000 people live with HIV in Botswana, however universal free antiretroviral treatment means that 85% of adults are receiving treatment.  

16 August 2019

HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has 1.3 million people living with HIV. AIDS-related deaths, however, have dropped from 61,000 in 2013 to 22,000 in 2018.

16 August 2019

HIV and AIDS in Nigeria

Nigeria was home to 1.9 million people living with HIV in 2018. It's large population, however, means that this equates to a relatively low prevalence of 1.5% in adults - much lower than many countries in East and Southern Africa.

16 May 2019

Young Voices Africa: How to say no

Chipo's boyfriend is putting her under a lot of pressure to have sex. She doesn't feel ready, but also doesn't want to end the relationship. Find out more about her dilemma by watching the animation above. What do you think she should do?

16 May 2019

Young Voices Africa: Unhealthy relationships

Martha's boyfriend is getting controlling. Find out more about her situation by watching the animation above. What would you do in her place?

15 May 2019

Young Voices Africa: Dating older people

Mwaise's feeling very conflicted, she has been getting a lot of attention from an older man, but isn't sure whether or not she wants to go out with him. Find out more about her dilemma by watching the animation above. What do you think she should do?

15 May 2019

Young Voices Africa: Contraception

Babalwa is thinking about becoming sexually active with her boyfriend, but hasn't given much thought to contraception options. Find out more about her dilemma by watching the animation above. What contraception do you think she should use for what she needs?

03 May 2019

WHO Test & Treat policy and change in ART uptake

As of 2018, 84% of low- and middle-income countries, and all of the UNAIDS Fast-Track countries, had adopted a test and treat policy. If current commitments are kept to, by the end of 2020, 92% of all low- and middle-income countries will have adopted a test and treat strategy.These changes have contributed to a significant increase in the number of people on ART, which increased by 4.5 million in just two years between 2015 and 2017: from 17.2 million to 21.7 million.

03 May 2019

Sub-Saharan Africa: Testing coverage 2000-2015

People are very receptive to community-based testing. It can also reach nigher numbers of men. In 2016, 98 countries reported on community-based testing programmes, many of them in sub-Saharan Africa, where there are large numbers of first-time testers and people living with HIV are being diagnosed at earlier stages of infection.

02 May 2019

Sub-Saharan Africa: Differences in testing and getting results by age & gender

People who are most at risk of HIV are not accessing HIV testing in high enough numbers. There is also a discrepancy in testing between genders, with men less likely to test for HIV than women, across all regions.