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July 2014
12 Populations Slides
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / Lohse et al / Hoog et al / May et al / Hogg et al
Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
Source: UNAIDSSource: Human Sciences Research Council / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Human Rights Watch / ...
Source: UNAIDSSource: International Centre for Prison Studies
Source: UNAIDSSource: ECDC
Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / ILO
Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / UNODC
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI)
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / WHO / UNICEF
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDSSource: Spiegel PB
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDSSource: WHO / The World Bank
Source: UNAIDSSource: Lancet
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
Source: UNAIDS
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  • What is the root or chief cause of the fortunate decline in the number of new cases of HIV infections among children? Better hygiene? more available treatments? Education? Great to see the decline. It does seem real.
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  1. 1. July 2014 12 Populations Slides
  2. 2. Source: UNAIDS
  3. 3. Source: UNAIDS
  4. 4. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / Lohse et al / Hoog et al / May et al / Hogg et al
  5. 5. Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
  6. 6. Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
  7. 7. Source: UNAIDSSource: Human Sciences Research Council / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Human Rights Watch / Ukrainian Institute for Social Research after Olexander Yaremenko and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  8. 8. Source: UNAIDSSource: International Centre for Prison Studies
  9. 9. Source: UNAIDSSource: ECDC
  10. 10. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / ILO
  11. 11. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / UNODC
  12. 12. Source: UNAIDS
  13. 13. Source: UNAIDS
  14. 14. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI)
  15. 15. Source: UNAIDS
  16. 16. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / WHO / UNICEF
  17. 17. Source: UNAIDS
  18. 18. Source: UNAIDS
  19. 19. Source: UNAIDSSource: Spiegel PB
  20. 20. Source: UNAIDS
  21. 21. Source: UNAIDSSource: WHO / The World Bank
  22. 22. Source: UNAIDSSource: Lancet
  23. 23. Source: UNAIDS
  24. 24. Source: UNAIDS
  25. 25. Source: UNAIDS
  26. 26. Source: UNAIDS
  27. 27. Source: UNAIDS
  28. 28. Source: UNAIDS
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