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Unfinished business: only the urgent and accelerated delivery of HIV services will keep the promise of ending AIDS in children by 2030
The final stretch to reaching 95-95-95 targets: supporting re-engagement in HIV treatment
WHO updates HIV testing guidance: more self-testing, integration, and prevention support
Countdown to 2030: Stronger alignment for country impact
$43.9 Million To Boost Fight Against HIV
Experts of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Applaud Qatar’s Memorial for Enslaved Africans, Raise Questions on Mandatory HIV Testing…
Improving care of hospitalized patients with HIV in Tanzania
UN Women Executive Board to convene first regular session of 2024
Reaching men with person-centred health services through evidence-based approaches and interventions
WORLD AIDS DAY: HIV Taskforce charts path to ending HIV transmission by 2030
WHO releases updated guidance on adolescent health and well-being
The Pharmacy Guild Queensland Branch welcomes Queensland Health’s new HIV medication initiative waiving the co-payment for all Queensland patients
Co-payments for HIV antiretroviral medication now waived
WHO initiative signs new licensing agreements on COVID-19 technologies
HIV Science as Art exhibit unites world-class art with cutting-edge HIV science
International migrants left behind in HIV response: study
WHO Director-General announces Global Health Leaders Awards
WHO welcomes signing of sublicences with three manufacturers to produce long-acting injectable cabotegravir for HIV prevention
African leaders unite in pledge to end AIDS in children
UN Women Executive Board to convene first regular session of 2023
Brisbane joins network of 350+ cities worldwide aiming to end HIV epidemics by 2030
Boldly Positive: World AIDS Day 2022
UNSW Sydney women leading charge
Zimbabwe is first country in Africa to announce regulatory approval for long-acting injectable cabotegravir for HIV prevention
UN Women Executive Director visits Tanzania, calls for investment in women and girls
Zimbabwe is first county in Africa to announce regulatory approval for long-acting injectable cabotegravir for HIV prevention
Inter-generational collective of African women leaders champion young women’s role in global HIV response
Australia records lowest ever HIV numbers, but late diagnoses are concerning
New global alliance launched to end AIDS in children by 2030
Government sets out plan to eliminate HIV transmission in New Zealand
WHO publishes new guidelines on HIV, hepatitis and STIs for key populations
WHO and UNAIDS support countries to introduce virtual interventions and HIV self-testing
WHO applauds agreement to scale-up generic manufacturing for access to long-acting injectable antiretrovirals
WHO recommends long-acting cabotegravir for HIV prevention
HIV rising in Asia-Pacific, investment needed
New US$ 1 price for HIV self-tests
Presenting UNDESA-UNITAR’s analytical paper at Multi-Sector Policy Dialogue between Government of Seychelles and UNCT
Realising Human Rights To End Inequalities And End Aids By 2030: Panel Discussion
IHR Emergency Committee regarding multi-country outbreak of monkeypox
Incentivizing collaboration towards health-related Sustainable Development Goals
Incentivizing collaboration towards health-related Sustainable Development Goals
Integrating HIV and mental health services for better overall health
Leaders call for collective action, elevating marginalized voices and women in decision making roles beyond Covid
BIPAI helps fuel Botswana being first high-burden country to achieve elimination of HIV mother-to-child transmission
Failure to vaccinate world created perfect breeding ground for Omicron, say campaigners
World AIDS Day 2021 – Step up, be bold, end AIDS, end inequalities and end pandemics
World Aids Day Parliamentary Breakfast
HIV diagnoses in Australia lowest since 1980s, but Covid likely driver