Sexual and reproductive health and rights information, education and evidence-informed data are key to ensuring that young people know how to protect themselves from HIV and access HIV testing and treatment.
“We will never be able to control and end this epidemic if we don’t think ahead. This means not just thinking about starting free and giving babies a chance to be born free, but also making sure that they stay free.” - Michel Sidibe, UNAIDS Executive Director
The PACT, a coalition supported by UNAIDS of more than 25 youth organizations and networks working on HIV, has launched a youth-led political campaign to respond to the barriers that put young people at risk of HIV. #uproot
“Over the past years, we have seen tremendous progress in Myanmar’s national HIV response owing to the combination of focused efforts in prevention and treatment services. This new strategic plan will help propel the country faster towards its Fast-Track Targets.”—Eamonn Murphy, UNAIDS Country Director, Myanmar