Number of children living with children HIV could be reduced by about one third to 1.9 million by 2030, UN Children's Agency said. By that day, the deaths from AIDS-related deaths could be reduced by almost half, at 56,000 a year, UNICEF explained in a new report.
Although the expected reduction in the number of HIV cases is good news, he is still too slow.
According to a report, 270,000 people under the age of 19, most of them in Africa, could be infected with the virus only in 2030.
Report published Sunday before the World Day for the Fight Against AIDS It particularly highlights Africa, which is expected to double its population by 2050.
According to the agency's data only half of those under the age of 14 with HIV receive treatment.