were concerned that the dramatic scale-up of ART would result in clinics and services becoming over-stretched and that the quality of care would suffer as a result. The country has the largest ART programme in the world, which has undergone even more expansion in recent years with the implementation of test and treat guidelines. Thanks to campaigns such as these, more than 10 million people in South Africa test for HIV every year. The series was made in collaboration with nine other countries in southern Africa. Biggest successes in the past have included the Soul City and Soul Buddyz series, targeting adults and children respectively. I was so scared that my family would find out. Treatment and care make up the biggest proportion of the costs, outlined in the National Strategic Plan (NSP). Indeed GBV attributable to an estimated 2025 of new HIV infections in young women.
The same survey reported that 53 of participants had never used condoms. In 2016, the South African government launched a progressive new National Sex Worker HIV Plan, outlining a new peer-led approach to providing HIV services that had been tailored to meet the specific needs of sex workers. Yet the progress made in getting people to test has been uneven.
The most recent series of MTV Shuga was set in Johannesburg. Women, adolescent girls and HIV in South Africa HIV prevalence among young women in South Africa is nearly four times greater than that of men their age. They predict that 85858 more people from the most affected groups will be initiated onto PrEP by 2022. We need to be able to assist our learners to prevent and report incidents of violence and I think this more in-depth training will help. The main HIV awareness campaigns include: loveLife Founded in 1999, loveLife is best known for its 'ABC' billboard campaign, that promoted abstinence, be faithful and condomise in the early years of the epidemic. However, there are other barriers to men testing. The new National Strategic Plan of the South African National aids Council is predicted to cost 207 billion rand over the next five years. It has also committed to achieving zero new infections due to mother-to-child transmission. A recent report showed that those who watched the programme often reported having discussed the issues raised with others and there is evidence that it produced behaviour change such as increasing HIV testing. In 2016 there were 73,000 HIV/TB deaths. As well as this the country will be rolling out self-testing on a wider scale.