This report assesses some of the most important actions and changes for children affected by AIDS that occurred in the first year of the global campaign Unite for Children. Unite against AIDS. Produced by UNICEF, UNAIDS and WHO, the report notes promising developments - increasing numbers of children receiving treatment, declining HIV prevalence among young people resulting from behavioural change, and the integration of children and AIDS into national policy frameworks. Yet it also highlights the huge gaps in progress that remain and seeks to explore how the campaign must move forward in 2007 in order to achieve its ambitious goals.

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