Countdown to Zero…Eliminating HIV in Babies by 2015



Countdown to Zero is the latest initiative of the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). With the motto “Believe it… do it” this is a global plan towards the elimination of new HIV infections among children by 2015 and keeping their mothers alive.

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  1. There are so many people who are drug addicted and are HIV positive in the world. Instead of finding drug rehab centers, which will help them for sure, they are having babies and transmitting this virus to them. I totally support this initiative of the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and I hope the number of babies who are suffering will decrease.

  2. Annie Darligton says:

    I found out about this initiative from a nurse when I was staying in a private drug rehab centre, the message is strong and a lot of people will take it into consideration. Let`s not forget that we all must make our world better and sustain these kind of initiatives.

  3. In the ongoing fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS, African mothers and babies constitute an endangered breed. I was looking for baby headbands online the other week when I stumbled upon a statement released at the end of a meeting of world leaders at the United Nations headquarters in New York last week that identified yet again sub-Saharan Africa as the most ravaged region, owing to poverty that has become a major hindrance to effective and sustained medical treatment. It is 30 years since the discovery of HIV-AIDS and the world is still grappling with ideas on the best way to develop a vaccine or enduring medication for the virus.

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