The root causes for high rates of early pregnancy in certain countries and communities are both manifold and complex. Factors such as early marriage, lack of access to contraception and lack of education all come into play. Girls who grow up in poverty or in marginalised communities with […]
The HIV virus was first identified in the 1980s and over 70 million people have been infected with the virus since the beginning of the epidemic.
Modern medical treatments, national and international policies as well as educational and outreach programmes have had great success in limiting the epidemic, however, […]