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Central Africa losing Aids fight

Angry Aids activists are urging western and central Africa to step up the fight against HIV, saying millions of people, especially children, are at risk from complacency and underfunding. 

According to the AFP news agency a six-day conference in Africa has thrown a stark light on the problems in a region whose two dozen nations extend from Mauritania in the north to Gabon in the south, and include some of the poorest countries in the world. Coalition Plus, an alliance of Aids groups, said Aids-related deaths in western and central Africa are running at 5.1%, more than twice the 2.1% in the rest of the continent. Added to this the region accounts for just six percent of the global population, but has at least 16% of the total of the world's adults - categorised as people aged over 15 - who live with HIV. The share rises even more dramatically, to 25%, in the category of infected children aged from birth up to 14 years.