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Positive and pregnant

Submitted by unaidsadmin on Thu, 2012-05-17 15:18 - 0 Comments

Susan and Antonia have a few things in common. They are both living with HIV. They each gave birth to three HIV-free children. And they both agreed to give honest accounts of the highs and lows of navigating disclosure, safe sex, contraception, pregnancy and the prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) programme in Trinidad. Listen to their stories.

 

 Learn more about PMTCT in the Caribbean:

The Caribbean can eliminate mother to child HIV transmission (Caribbean, Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados)

A guide to preventing mother to child transmission in the Caribbean (Caribbean)

Cuba's PMTCT success story (Cuba)

One child born with HIV is too many (Antigua and Barbuda)

No Jamaican child should be born with HIV (Jamaica)

Regional Chief Medical Officer meeting addresses mother to child transmission (Caribbean)

 

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The UNAIDS team offers the Caribbean the broad expertise of cosponsors and other UN organisations in areas such as program development and management, women and child health, education, legal networking, community care initiatives and resource mobilisation. The goal is an expanded response to HIV in the region with the world’s second highest HIV prevalence.