Our work transforms health techniques to increase access to and use of services to improve high quality of care. While adolescents have a better chance of improving their health now greater than ever, an estimated 1.2 million still die each year – mostly from preventable causes. Many lack access to the important data, quality services and protective environments they want to stay healthy and well. In the worldwide effort to end HIV and AIDS, kids and adolescents proceed to fall behind. New cases of an infection nonetheless occur at delivery, during breastfeeding and in adolescence, and never enough kids and adolescents living with HIV have entry to testing and life-saving treatment. Women and youngsters dwelling in poverty, with a incapacity, or in an emergency setting are especially likely to be cut off from services they need to survive and thrive.
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