THE FUTURE OF HIV AMONG ADOLESCENTS.
There are now clear guidelines from WHO for strengthening schedules focused on young people living with HIV. The age of sexual inception is rising,the number of sexual partners among young people is falling and the uptake of voluntary medical male circumcision is most popular among people younger than 25.As a result, young people are often forgotten and excluded from national HIV responses. The medical debut that have transformed HIV treatment have yet to alter the reality for young people from key affected populations.
Engaging young people is the way to safeguarding their health and inscribing the HIV outbreak as a whole. Enabling young people to be meaningfully engaged in the design and delivery of integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and HIV schedules,and understanding the way in which age and sexuality impact access, are key to the provision of effective interference.
Social media and associated technologies are already substantially integrated into the lives of young people in much of the world. Useful and promising creativity have been introduced to take advantage of this growing connectedness and provide HIV awareness messaging and reminders to take ARVS, among other intercessions.
More intercessions that fit into the already complex and challenging lives of young people to have great potential for strengthening young people`s ability to respond more effectively to HIV.