AIDS Worldwide campaign launched the World Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO / WHO). "Test Group", knowing that people know that they are infected HIV.
These tests, the organization said, "has given people a unique opportunity to get to know their HIV status and start a fast-paced life-saving treatment for people diagnosed with the virus."
According to the PAHO / WHO statistics, More than 2.1 million people living with HIV in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1.6 million people know about the situation.
Early diagnosis and greater access to antiretroviral treatment in the region led to a 12% reduction in AIDS deaths in Latin America and, in 2010 and 2017, it dropped by 23%.
However, in Latin America, new HIV infections do not change, around 100,000 per year, since they are just 1% from 2010.
In the field of campaigning, WHO's regional offices will create specific messages and materials in each area within the framework of general issues.
Likewise, policy drivers will promote "health-for-everyone" programs with "HIV-related and health-related services", such as tuberculosis, hepatitis and non-transmission. "