UNAIDS advocates a "universal opportunity" to screen to prevent the disease, when launching the 30th World AIDS Day on December 1 in Abidjan.
"We need a common access to HIV tests, this screening needs to be as accessible to a pregnant test," said UN General HIV / AIDS Program Director, Michel Sidibé, named in the latest programs A report from the " Knowledge is power ".
In 2017, across the world, "75% of people living with HIV" knew the status, against "66% in 2015", a major development, according to Mr Sidibé .
"But we have long been to win the fight: today we are reducing their protection, and this can be done back to the disease, "warned Mr Sidibé in Abidjan, Remember that the UNAIDS objective is to turn the disease by 2030.
"It's a starting point in screening, but it is essential for the treatment and viral reduction in order to overcome the disease," he said, lamenting that "stigma and discrimination" people who living with HIV "remains the main obstacles" to the care of the sick people.
West Africa and Central Africa, and Africa's North East Central Region are divided into two areas where the worst situation is. Very few (48%) of HIV-aware people are familiar with their HIV status in the West and mid Africa, and only 40% of HIV-sufferers have a & # 39; Antiretroviral medicine (50% and 29%, respectively, for Northwest Africa). East).
In Western Africa and Central Africa, almost 10 million HIV-aware individuals, according to Mr Sidibé.
There are not enough national funds, poor health systems, and healthcare for service costs to define this situation, as well as discriminating against the largest ones that do; (viruses with men, stripps of both species, and men with men's sex). drugs).
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In Côte d 'Ivoire, important progress has been made in three years, especially in particular thanks from the United States. The number of patients had the "double" cure and the broadcasting level determined by two of them to two thirds of the population, according to the report.
"The first column of the AIDS face strides to write, especially for main numbers" (at risk), but "cure access" and "stigma" remain "key issues "to AFP Dr. Camille Anoma, director of Espace Confiance, specialized clinic in Abidjan for LGBT numbers.
"In Côte d'Ivoire, we have a problem with scratching and antiretroviral medicine, there is still a lot of work to do, despite improvements," said Dr. Anoma. And "Ivorian authorities need to have confidence in maintaining a clear sense of stigma".
NGOs with AIDS Coalition Plus and Aides, for their part, are left in the statement of "the international failure of the international community to reduce the death of AIDS" in the world, especially for lack of appropriate care for children. AIDS-related illnesses.
In 2017, he killed 400,000 AIDS patients around the world and 180,000 mexican cryptococcal brain, "long-term efficiencies," according to those NGOs.
"Everyone that has been preserved must be cured", "By introducing fair care to disease, it is possible to stop the number of deaths that are associated to HIV by 2020, "said president; Partnership. More, Hakima Himmich.
"To reduce the death of AIDS, there is no confidentiality: there is a need for more funding" from the international community, including rich nations, and urging President Aides, Aurélien Beaucamp.
There were some 37 million HIV-positive people in the world in 2017, with almost 22 million of them being treated. AIDS has announced 940,000 lives last year, according to UNAIDS.