She gave the assurance at the commemoration of the "2019 World AIDS Day" in Accra on the theme, "Communities Make the Difference - Help End AIDS". The CDC says that one in eight people who are infected with HIV don't know it.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta lays a foundation of Mother and Child Centre at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital during the commemoration of World Aids Day yesterday.
Zafar Mirza emphasized the need for creating awareness among the people and removing the stigma surrounding the HIV/AIDS.
According to tbfacts.org, an estimated 7.52-million people in South Africa were living with HIV in 2018. Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki said national Aids prevalence rates have reduced from 13 per cent in the 1990s to the current 4.9 per cent, terming it a major milestone in the management of the Aids in the last 31 years since it was declared a national disaster.
Phanith, a young man in his early twenties who had sex with men, is one of the first clients who is taking PrEP.
The statement said the White House has suggested cutting global HIV-prevention programs and condemned programs, like the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and Planned Parenthood, that support those with HIV.
Despite the fact that both are incurable, an HIV-affected person could live a complete and healthy life to elderly age provided the load is monitored.
He said such patient is diagnosed with delay due to non-screening in Pakistan which affects their quality of life, he said that 12 million people in Pakistan are infected with hepatitis B and C. The exact number is unknown as post people in Pakistan do not have screening.
Cambodia has also announced its ambitious goal to eliminate virtually all new HIV infections by reaching 95-95-95 by 2025 and achieve an AIDS-free generation.
In Somalia, a group of youth brought together by a June 2019 Training Youth Readers and University clubs on HIV/AIDS and FGM program funded by the UN Populations Fund (UNFPA) met to educate people on the epidemic.
The event which was attended by thousands of members of the surrounding communities, also presented a platform to evaluate progress achieved and take stock more work that is required in line with the vision of zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.