Rene Loewenson

More than twenty years into the AIDS epidemic in Africa we continue to struggle with its scale and tragic consequences. In a continent where, according to UNAIDS and WHO in 2005, up to 28,9 million adults and children were living with HIV and AIDS, we continue to fail to prevent infection in young people, to leave many who need it without access to treatment and to rely heavily on poor households for care and support. In 2005 alone on the continent there were about 3 million people newly more