United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) Country Director, Dr Alti Zwandor has commended Namibia for achieving its 90 per cent target of citizens living with HIV knowing their status two years prior to the due date. The Namibia Press Agency quotes Zwandor as saying “Namibia is a success story when it comes to the 90-90-90 targets which was established under the Fast-Track Cities: Ending AIDS pandemic initiative; the country achieved its target in advance to the due date (2020) with 92 per cent”. She highlighted that Namibia nearly achieved a universal percentage of linkage to HIV treatment of 99.4 per cent while the viral load suppression is at 94.5 per cent.