The Past 15 Years — And What Remains To Be Done.by The Daily Eye Team June 26 2015, 11:32 pm Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 26 secs
Achievements include more children surviving past their fifth birthdays, fewer cases of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, improvements in child nutrition, higher rates of enrolment in primary school, greater access to clean water and lower rates of extreme poverty. A boy, 4, in Uzbekistan. New HIV infections among children under age 15 have declined by 58 per cent since 2001. In South Africa, where Nonhlanhla Dubazane is living with HIV, antiretroviral treatment has allowed her to breastfeed safely 6-month-old Answer, who remains healthy and HIV-free.