HIV is no longer a death sentence

HIV is no longer a death sentence
 - Today, close to 37 million people are living with HIV and 70% of them live in sub-Saharan Africa, yet only less than half of them have access to antiretroviral therapy. Although the number of new HIV infection among children has fallen by 58% since 2000, children remain as the most vulnerable group ‐ only one-third of them received the deserved treatment in 2014. For children, the most detrimental impact of HIV is the loss of parents.