HIV Infection Rate In Babies on Rise in Kenya

This is despite Kenya adopting the Option B+ programme by Unicef and the joint United Nations Programme on HIV and Aids, where mothers and their newborns receive antiretroviral drugs to keep the baby HIV-negative while still enjoying all the benefits of breast milk.

  • Kenya:   More Babies Infected With HIV - Report

    Nation, 26 November 2018

    Despite efforts by national and county governments to ensure mothers give birth to HIV-free babies, new infections in children have gone up in the last one year, a new report… Read more »

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