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The new Global Report shows that the Caribbean has experienced several successes in its HIV response. But there must be renewed efforts to sustain the region’s response and reach those communities that are most at risk. Read more about UNAIDS Global Report shows Caribbean strides
We have made progress. But we have a challenge still with equality that makes it difficult for MSM, transgender persons and sex workers to get treated. The burning question for the Caribbean at AIDS2012 is whether governments will respond to the reality of their epidemics. Read more about What will the Caribbean say at AIDS 2012
In 2010, 13 percent of HIV positive pregnant women and two percent of HIV exposed infants did not receive antiretroviral medication in order to prevent transmission. An estimated 15 percent of pregnant women living with HIV continue to elude the programme. Read more about No Jamaican child should be born with HIV
In 2010 one baby in Antigua and Barbuda was born with HIV. That’s one too many for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) coordinator at the National AIDS Program, Everton Pigott. Read more about One child born with HIV is too many
Thirteen Caribbean countries are on track to be certified as having eliminated HIV transmission from mothers to children
Many Caribbean countries are close to reaching a 2015 target for the elimination of HIV in children. Here are a few things that women can do to protect their children from HIV.
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