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Caring for HIV positive children
The government of Uganda, through the ministry of health, has explored various strategies to ensure a reduction in the rate of new infections across the population

Studies from the World Health Organization show that there are nearly 1500 new HIV infections in children under 15 years of age everyday.

More than 90% of these infections are occurring in the developing world with most being associated with mother to child transmission.

The government of Uganda, through the ministry of health, has explored various strategies to ensure a reduction in the rate of new infections across the population.

One of these strategies is the 90-90-90 campaign which has recorded positive results even amongst the infants.

In this week’s health focus, Walter Mwesigye tells you more about paediatric HIV/AIDS treatment and care

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