Compared to boys, girls are six times more likely to have HIV, according to health experts

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Social concerns, poverty, and vulnerability associated with unprotected s3x are some of the causes that UNICEF Chief of Health Alexandre Boon identified as contributing to this development.

Compared to boys, girls are six times more likely to have HIV, according to health experts
Compared to boys, girls are six times more likely to have HIV, according to health experts

Girls are even more vulnerable because of how often they engage in sexual behavior.

The issue is exacerbated by regional obstacles such as the underutilization of youth-friendly healthcare services and the low participation of community health workers.

Support for teenagers living with HIV is still insufficient, despite advancements.

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