The session will examine from a pragmatic perspective how plans can be shaped and efforts mobilized in order to achieve maximum public health impact utilizing the various resources available including PEPFAR, the Global Fund, private sector, and in-country resources.
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Improving Effectiveness and Efficiency in the HIV Response
AIDS 2012: A Call to Action: Global Sex Workers Recommend Policy Change for Better HIV Prevention and Treatment
For more information on this session, including access to speaker presentations, please see the conference Programme-at-a-Glance. In 2011, sex workers participated in a global review of HIV policy through the UN sponsored Global Commission on HIV and the Law. Regional dialogues took place around the world, and sex workers rights…
HIV-related stigma and discrimination are widely recognized as key barriers to the use of HIV care, support, and treatment programs, thereby fueling the spread of HIV.
An international working group of scientists has developed a Global Scientific Strategy Towards an HIV Cure under the auspices of the International AIDS Society (IAS), the worldâ€™s leading independent association of HIV professionals. The strategy aims to build a global consensus on the state of research in the HIV reservoirs field and define a roadmap of scientific priorities that must be addressed by future research to tackle HIV persistence in patients on antiretroviral therapy.
This webcast from the Foundation and the Black AIDS Institute examines the upcoming International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. Experts and leading voices in the field discuss their expectations of the Conference in the areas of treatment, prevention, advocacy and the epidemic in the U.S.
Opening Session: The 2012 International AIDS Conference
Interviews from the XIX International AIDS Conference, July 2010.
AIDS 2012: Beyond MDG 6: HIV and Chronic NCDs: Integrating Health Systems Toward Universal Health Coverage
While building on the momentum of the UN Summit in September 2011, this satellite recognizes that PLHIV both treated and untreated, suffer from co-morbidities due to chronic NCDS. This satellite will examine the role of chronic NCDs and their link with HIV.
An inaugural Media Panel featuring some of the worldÂ´s leading journalists engaging in a discussion with activists, scientists and policymakers working in HIV and AIDS on the role of the media for the future of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.