Cambodia Looks to Stop HIV/AIDS Mother-to-Child Transmission (Cambodia news in Khmer)
Cambodia has shared its success in reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS with more than 20,000 delegates from all over the world at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC this week. Activists and experts have gathered for the nineteenth time to discuss ways to end the global epidemic. The head of Cambodia's delegation, Dr. Sim Kimsen, told VOA that the country has pulled its national infection rate down to 0.8 percent and created several strategies to combat HIV/AIDS in the years to come. The country hopes to end mother-to-child transmission by 2015 and improve quality preventive care and treatment .