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Interview

The head of UNICEF's HIV/AIDS programme, Peter McDermott, says the impact of the disease on children is huge and that the worst is yet to come. Already 15 million children have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. In the face of this crisis we are now seeing concerted, worldwide action: today we have programmes that reach hundreds of thousands of children.

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UNICEF’s work on HIV/AIDS [Web]

Facing the Future Together: Report of the Secretary-General's Task Force on Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa [PDF]

Africa's Orphaned Generations [PDF]

Children on the Brink 2004: A joint report of new orphan estimates and a framework for action [PDF]

Fighting HIV/AIDS: Strategies for success 2002-2005 [PDF]


" The ravaging effects of AIDS seems to be felt more among the youth and children. If this goes on unchecked. There may be no tomorrow or the world will be full of oldies. Youths be responsible protect ourselves."
by Ogechi [17, Nigeria]

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The number of children trafficked each year is the same as the number of children under five living in Australia: 1.2 million.
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