According to a report published by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), if more people are not invested in HIV prevention, it is estimated that around 360,000 teenagers die from AIDS in 2030.
These figures indicate that the world is very far from reaching the goal evaluated by Henrietta Fore, Executive Director of UNICEF, to end the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome among minors in 2030.
Projections suggest that the number of children and adolescents infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the deaths associated with the virus causing AIDS will decrease.
However, UNICEF warns that progress is significantly lower for adolescents, and the UN says from ten to 19 years old.
For example, consider AIDS-related deaths will be reduced by 57 percent for children under the age of 14 in 2030, while it will be 35 percent compared to young people aged 15 to 19 years.
"Programs to prevent mother-to-child transmission to children give their results, but they are not enough, while programs for the treatment of the virus and prevention of its spread to older children they are not close about what they should be, "said earlier.
The report shows slow progress in HIV prevention among children with a Structural address failure, as well as the behavior of AIDS carriers. For instance, Many young people do not know that they are HIV positive, and others omit treatment.