Education in the fight against hiv and aids the challenge the threat posed by the aids pandemic has reached a dangerously high level worldwide and is actually still increas ing in some countries children and young people who are becoming sexually active are especially at risk the challenge is to inform them at an early stage about the risks associated with the disease for the purpose of . Hiv or human immunodeficiency virus weakens your immune system by destroying important cells that fight disease and infection over time hiv can destroy so many of your t cells or cd4 cells a key part of your immune system that your body cant fight infections and disease anymore when this happens hiv infection can lead to aids. What is the progress against hiv and aids unaids detailed in its 2016 report the results of its six year global plan to eliminate new hiv infections among children and keep their mothers alive more than 90 of children who contracted hiv received it from their infected mother while in the womb during birth or while breastfeeding the 21 . Hiv aids and for halting the further spread of the hiv infec tion success in carrying out this function depends upon reaching children and young adults in time to reinforce positive health behaviours and alter the behaviours that place young people at risk schools reach children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 18 and have excellent resources for delivering effective education
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