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Read, explore and act: Ways you can help #EndHIV4Her
Edition 7: Highlights from World AIDS Day 2016
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For young women, inequality is deadly

World AIDS Day Statement from UN Women

Reaching the 2020 target for prevention of HIV infections in young people will require a 74 percent reduction in new infections among young women between 2015 and 2020. Achieving this will take rigorous efforts and increased investment in prevention. Central to these efforts is the recognition of the role that gender inequality plays in almost every aspect of the risk factors affecting young women.
 
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