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2006.11.16
The head of the UN agency that has written the most comprehensive report ever on AIDS says the global rate of infection appears to be slowing. SOT UNAIDS Executive Director, Dr Peter Piot. 11.32.03 “On the AIDS response side there’s good news. We’ve seen important progress made by countries in the past five years with funding, with the decrease in numbers of new infections, especially amongst young people, and more people on treatment which signals we are beginning to see a return on the investment for AIDS funding.” Nearly 39 million people live with AIDS. And the UNAIDS report says the disease remains an exceptional threat. Regions like southern Africa and Eastern Europe are especially vulnerable – their infection rates continue to increase. The report shows too that children are still being infected and dying from AIDS in unacceptable numbers – every day there are an estimated 1500 new HIV infections among children under fifteen. SOT UNICEF Executive Director Ann M Veneman 11.39.12 “Children are the missing face of aids but what is still missing is a global recognition of the impact of AIDS on children’s lives.” Five years ago the United Nations general assembly agreed to improve the global aids response. World leaders will meet again in New York this week to assess progress. *** Asset Name : UNICEF: UNAIDS report shows spread of AIDS slowing globally but increasing in some regions Asset Duration: 01 min 41 secs Shoot City: Various Shoot Country: N/A Shoot Date: May 30 2006
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