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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.

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 sweat

There is no HIV in sweat, so you can't get HIV from touching somebody else's sweat. 

19 January 2018

You can't get HIV from sharing food

HIV can’t be passed on through food or cooking utensils even if the person preparing your food is living with HIV.

15 January 2018

Key 2020 Fast Track Targets

UNAIDS launched their Fast-Track strategy in 2014 with the aim to end AIDs as a public health threat by 2030. To do this they have introduced key targets for prevention and treatment, known as the 90-90-90 targets, shown here.  

04 September 2017

Percentage of new HIV infections among young people

Everyday 4,500 adults are newly infected with HIV. Of these new infections, 37% affect young people.  

04 September 2017

Young people at risk of HIV

In Asia, 95% of the young people living with HIV are also part of a key affected populations.

31 August 2017

Number of young people living with HIV

HIV continues to disproportionately affect young people and adolescents. In 2014, it was estimated that 3.9 million young people were living with HIV around the globe, and that 62,000 of the new infections occur among young people.

23 August 2017

Number of people accessing HIV treatment

In 2016, 53% of people living with HIV were able to access life-saving treatment