The United Nations says the Asia-Pacific region in terms of AIDS control stands at a critical point, and that progress was made regarding the reduction of AIDS had stopped, today being World AIDS Day’s.
UN says AIDS disease control was achieved in terms of the lack of political decision-making in different countries of Asia, AIDS patients, discriminated against, and one of the disease-specific behaviors have ceased due.
United Nations Programme on HIV AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region four decimal nine million people are living with the virus that causes AIDS. Most of them were members of the India, China and from Indonesia.
The President of the Asia-Pacific region since the number of HIV infections over five percent decreased, but the UN says it has stopped the process.
UN AIDS organization has launched a new campaign now is the mission of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, zero AIDS-related deaths and here zero means that there is no being.
Two thousand eight, according to the UN’s annual new HIV cases is three hundred and fifty thousand, and that it is not reduced.
In this regard, the Asia Pacific director of the UN AIDS Director Steve Krouce said: We know that in this area we are doing what we have been up to now we do not even zero AIDS cases will bring. So we must innovate best AIDS campaign.
Twelve countries in the Asia-Pacific region; where ninety percent of AIDS patients are old and new. Decimal point one million people in India are eight million in China, and Indonesia six million.
However, since the two countries in which the number of AIDS cases has declined in India. Other countries such as Myanmar including Nepal and Thailand. The number of new cases increase is seen in Pakistan, Indonesia and the Philippines.