HIV

‘We were judgmental of young people’

Malawi – “I thought family planning was for married people, not for girls. We were not friendly to young people. We were judgmental,” says Blessings Sonkhanani, a nurse at Namwera Health Center. “Now I know that anyone of childbearing age is eligible for family planning. Now we know what young people need, we’re special to […]

4 August 2015|News for Youth, News Stories|

#EndAdolescentAIDS

DID YOU KNOW THAT EVERY HOUR 30 ADOLESCENTS ARE INFECTED WITH HIV?

2100000 are living with HIV worldwide.

It’s time for us to take action!

ALL IN is about bringing everyone together to stop adolescent deaths, infections and violence. 

Here’s the challenge: AIDS is the leading cause of death among adolescents in Africa. But simple actions can change the […]

23 February 2015|Opportunities for Youth|

Leaders from around the world are All In to end the AIDS epidemic among adolescents

NAIROBI, 17 February 2015—While major advances have been made in almost every area of the response to HIV, progress for adolescents is falling behind, said leaders in the global response to end the AIDS epidemic.
AIDS has become the leading cause of death for adolescents in Africa and the second leading cause of death among adolescents […]

18 February 2015|News for Youth, News Stories|

Statement by the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth: Take action on World AIDS Day!

1 December 2013|Envoy’s news, News Stories|

“Young people demand HIV services that respond to their needs:” UN Envoy on Youth in Dubai

13 November 2013|Envoy’s news, News for Youth|

UN Envoy on Youth visits SOS Villages- South Africa

6 October 2013|Envoy’s news, News for Youth|

Young People to Lead a New Wave of Community Mobilization and Political Advocacy against AIDS – CrowdOutAids Strategy

4 September 2013|News for Youth, News Stories|

Changes in Peru’s Penal Code will Enable More Young People to Access HIV Services

The Constitutional Tribunal of Peru is amending the Article 173 in its penal code which for many years had criminalized consensual sexual activity among young people. Sentencing was particularly severe with adolescents facing up to 30 years in prison. Article 173 of the penal code was also preventing young people from accessing essential health and […]

3 September 2013|News for Youth, News Stories|

Mapping a city’s risks, Haiti youth learn about health and technology

2 September 2013|Blog|

Youth Organizations Form a Pact for Social Transformation in the AIDS Response

AIDS activism has radically changed since the beginning of the epidemic. Young activists in countries around the world are increasingly demanding HIV services to be tailored to their needs and claiming their seat at the decision-making table. In order to reach these young activists, UNAIDS organized the meeting “Youth and UNAIDS: A pact for social […]

1 September 2013|News for Youth, News Stories|