Children and HIV/AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean
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In Latin America, around 36,000 children under 15 have HIV, and in the Caribbean estimates are of 11,000 children living with the virus. Although some progress has been made in the region in the care and treatment of adults that is not the case with children. This issue number 7 of Challenges is devoted to the latest information on the vertical transmission (mother-to-child) of HIV in Latin America and the Caribbean, and how children are accessing life-saving treatment in the region.
SerieChallenges: Newsletter on progress towards the Millenium Development Goals from a child rights perspective No. 7
ECLAC SubtopicsCHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE ; HEALTH
United Nations SubtopicsCHILDREN ; AIDS ; CHILD HEALTH
Country / RegionLATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN