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The accessibility of mobile technology and social media has contributed to a rise in new HIV infections among adolescents in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new UNICEF report.
A new report – Adolescents: Under the Radar in the Asia-Pacific AIDS Response – published by the Asia-Pacific Inter-Agency Task Team on Young Key Populations, which includes UNICEF, UNAIDS and others, shows that the Asia-Pacific region is facing a ‘hidden epidemic’ of HIV among adolescents.
My mum wasn’t happy at first, but she’s come to accept it.” Nest met his first boyfriend online in 2010 when he was 14, through a video chatting site.
“I was living in Bang Kapi at the time,” he recalls.
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I read all about HIV on the Internet – what would happen if I got a positive result, and what it’s like living on ARV [antiretroviral] drugs.” UNICEF is working with governments across the Asia-Pacific region to ensure they meet their obligations to protect adolescents’ health.
Although new HIV infections are falling overall, they are rising among teenagers.
In 2014, there were at least 220,000 adolescents aged 10-19 living with HIV in the region, with major cities like Bangkok and Hong Kong hubs of new infections.
Some are looking for long-term relationships, but others just want sex.
You can search for people by preference, including what kind of sex they’re into.” Nest practices safe sex with people he doesn’t know well, but not with his regular partners.