The AIDS/Malaria problem is far from finished and as we know it will take many years, longer than our lifetimes, to completely put an end to these problems
In the 2000 summit, the U.N defined this goal by saying that their goal was to reverse the spread of these diseases by 2015. As this goal is simply unachievable we must instead look at improving the goal at summit that the U.N will be holding in 2015 so that it may be solved by 2030. The U.N. must now look at re-evaluating and re-assessing these goals so that they may be achievable in the future.
However this in not the end of the problem. The MDG clearly said “to combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases. Other diseases include things like Tuberculosis, Typhoid and pretty much every cancer known to man. These diseases continue to affect people everyday in both developing and developed countries. They will be problems to solve in the future and will pose challenges to be met for many years to come.
and myself 🙂