Botlhokwa ba go ruta basha ka mogare wa HIV le Mme Peaceful Kgomo

Today’s youth is regarded as most vulnerable and prone to any form on dangers to their life, their health and any possible obstruction to their future. Hiv has emerged as one of the major lifetime illnesses the youth of today is most vulnerable to. Today on our hiv feature we are discussing the importance of teaching the youth about Hiv and Aids. According to researchers conducted by the United Nation’s department of economic and social affairs, of the 33.4 million people living with HIV around the world, 4.9 million are between the ages of 15 and 24. The research further states that back in 2008, young people from 15 years and older accounted for 40 per cent of all new global HIV infections. In the past, studies have been targeted at adults. However, it is now clear that programs and resources must be focused on youth.