Reuters: Advancing Adolescent Health and Rights: Kenya Can Lead the Way

When Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the launch of the Global All In! Campaign on February 17, aimed at pushing ahead efforts to reduce HIV/AIDS among adolescents, he warned that  at a time when nations are looking forward to unprecedented growth and change, with young, able people to drive developments, “the HIV and AIDS burden on this group threatens to rob us of this promise.”
The worldwide drive by U.N. agencies, civil society groups and donors aims to reduce new HIV infections among adolescents by at least 75% and increase HIV treatment to reach at least 80% of adolescents living with the virus.

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