Malaysia Global AIDS Response Progress Report, 2015. HIV/STI Section of Ministry of Health Malaysia. (2015)

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Today there are 46% fewer new HIV infection than there were 15 years ago. Today there are 54% fewer new HIV infection among children below 13 years than there were 15 years ago. We are confident we can get to zero new HIV infections among children soon. Reaching MDG6 is not the end but a beginning of a meaningful journey to end AIDS. We will not be complacent but continue to thrive towards reversing and ending the epidemic despite the milestones achieved.

This report is testament to the growing body of evidence demonstrating that ending AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030 is certainly doable though it appears ambitious.


Keywords: HIV, GARPR, prevalence, key-affected population, cases, cumulative, deaths, infections, children, ART, testing

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