These results are proof that it is possible to reach the 90-90-90 target in South Africa. Other data also show a decrease in new infections in some areas. The goal of 90-90-90 is an important indicator of the success of the country's response HIV ; in South Africa it is estimated that the results are 85-71-86 (HSRC, 2018). "We have shown that it is possible to reach 90-90-90 in an area that has one of HIV the highest in the country, with one in four living with the virus. These results are evidence of the general commitment of the community. Everyone from local civil society to patient groups, health workers, traditional healers and traditional leaders and their members has been involved in the design and success of this project from the start. starts "explains DR Liesbet Ohler, the Eshowe medical judge.
However, MSF does not consider the results of this study to be an undeniable victory, because in some age groups there are still huge challenges. "Difficulties continue to be available to men who usually have less positive treatment outcomes. More than half of the young men aged 15-29 years who were diagnosed HIV are still not being treated. We hope that these results will help us to concentrate our collective efforts on access to those groups that remain the most vulnerable to them HIV, "
– How did Eskoi reach 90-94-95? I would say that this is the power of partnership. We have benefited from the full commitment of traditional leaders and the close cooperation of the ministries of health and education at all levels.says Musa Ndlovu, Deputy Coordinator of MSF on the earth, in Esau. "At the beginning of the project, people could hardly imagine how to talk HIVToday, local people even stop our cars MSF ask to be checked for HIVWe did not do it for the community, we did it with it. "
Distributed by APO Doctors Without Borders Group (MSF).
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