Global HIV Prevention Working Group
The is an international panel of nearly 50 leading public health experts, clinicians, biomedical and behavioral researchers, advocates and people affected by HIV/AIDS. The Working Group seeks to inform global policymaking, program planning, and donor decisions on HIV prevention, and advocate for a comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS that integrates prevention and care. The Working Group, launched in 2002, is convened by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
>> Visit the Web Site launched in June 2007.
June 2001—Curtailing the HIV Epidemic: The Power of Prevention: A Leadership Forum convened by The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, The Ford Foundation, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, New York, NY
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- Women and Health Care in the Early Years of the ACA: Key Findings from the 2013 Kaiser Women's Health Survey
- Responding to AIDS at Home and Abroad: How the U.S. and Other High Income Countries Compare
- Pulling It Together: Bono, Jon Stewart and the HIV/AIDS Message