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6 January 2009 - Keeping Children Healthy by Scaling up HIV/AIDS treatment in Burkina Faso

Tape#: JN 8083
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Supported by UNICEF, Ouagadougou’s St. Camille clinic has been the pioneering facility in Burkina Faso for HIV and AIDS care since 2001.

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Production date: July 10th-12th, 2008

Duration: 2:13

Keywords: UNICEF, children, HIV Aids, Burkina Faso, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission, anti-retrovirals

Main shooting locations: Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Main sequences: Supported by UNICEF, Ouagadougou’s St. Camille clinic has been the pioneering facility in Burkina Faso for HIV and AIDS care since 2001. HIV prevalence in Burkina Faso is estimated to be at 2 per cent with children and youth most at risk. An estimated 17,000 children were infected by the end of 2007, and only 630 of them were receiving ARV treatment. 

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