According to the UNICEF United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) report, nearly 360,000 adolescents die from AIDS by 2030, if there is no further investment in HIV prevention.
These figures make the world clear Its goal is far from getting UNICEF's executive director Henrietta Fo made an assessment to end the Immuno Deficiency Syndrome in 2030 by minors.
The number of infections related to HIV / AIDS affects children and adolescents and adolescents affected by human endocrineophytes virus (HIV).
However, UNICEF warns that adolescents will recognize the UN's progress Ten to 19 years.
For example, AIDS related deaths are believed In 2030, 57 percent of children under 14 will be reducedIt is 35 per cent compared to young adults aged between 15 and 19 years.
"Programs to prevent HIV infection from giving mothers their results can be effective, but programs can be used to treat children with viruses, They are not near What do they want, "Font said.
Infected with HIV-infected children is preventing disease Failed to fix a structured way, As well as the nature of AIDS carriers. For example, Many young people are not aware of HIV-positive, Others will avoid treatment.