Africa Makes Progress on HIVWhile significant progress is being made in coming to grips with the HIV epidemic, stigma remains a major challenge, says UN Aids.
Receiving antiretroviral treatment.
New Times, 23 November 2012
Despite the significant decline in the levels of HIV/AIDS prevalence, the Ministry of Health says there are 1,500 new HIV infections among children every year in Rwanda, and 10,000… Read more »
South Africa: Access to HIV Services a Barrier for Disabled People
SAnews.gov.za, 22 November 2012
People with disabilities are - if not more - vulnerable to HIV infection like the rest of the population, and they also face barriers to access to HIV and Aids services. Read more »
South Africa: UNAids - Less Children HIV Infected
Health-e, 21 November 2012
South Africa has received global recognition for achieving a significant reduction in the number of children newly infected with HIV. Read more »
Daily Maverick, 21 November 2012
A report on HIV and AIDS released by the UN shows that an AIDS-free generation might just be possible. Unfortunately, though, there's some way to go yet – and battling… Read more »
Ghanaian Chronicle, 21 November 2012
Mr. Richson Nii Teye Appeynarh, Chief Executive (DCE) of the newly created Ningo-Prampram District Assembly, has disclosed that from 1985 to date, HIV/AIDS has claimed the lives of… Read more »
A professor in Cape Town has received a U.S.$100 000 grant to pursue research into the most effective contraception for women at risk of HIV infection. Read more »
AllAfrica follows the journey of Nomsa*,a mother living with Aids from a township in Cape Town, and the anguish of waiting to find out whether her baby girl is free from the ... Read more »