In a panel discussion at the International AIDS Conference entitled "Bottom-Up and Top-Down: From National to Global Policy Work and Back," seven speakers discussed the recent United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS.
David Stanton, director of USAID's Office of HIV/AIDS, discusses the agency's work to deliver comprehensive HIV services to key populations, the great potential of PrEP and microbicides, and the confounding role of HIV stigma and discrimination.
Shannon Hader, M.D., M.P.H., and Eugene McCray, M.D., reflect on what they've heard at the International AIDS Conference and shared some of the common approaches and priorities across U.S. and global HIV programs.
"After the High-Level Meeting on HIV where the political will clearly failed to recognize key populations, young key populations, decriminalization, CSE and sexual rights, its ironic to hear the rhetoric 'we will end AIDS by 2030' being repeated at h...
Leading stakeholders involved in pediatric HIV treatment joined together in a special session at the International AIDS Conference to launch an urgent global push to end pediatric AIDS by 2020.
Stopping New HIV Infections Among Children and Adolescents and Providing Treatment to Women and Children
Stakeholders came together at the International AIDS Conference to to forge ahead on the "Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free" initiative and review the progress made towards eliminating new HIV infections among children and keeping their mothers alive....
Mark S. King brings us inside a massive protest through the streets of Durban, South Africa, and introduces us to activists who demand that HIV treatment is made available to people who need it, most particularly in Africa.
The role of political leadership was the focus of a high-level dialogue between the Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation in Africa and the Government of South Africa at the International AIDS Conference.
The director of the Global Health and HIV Office at the Peace Corps discusses PEPFAR implementation of HIV prevention and care work as well as work with orphans and vulnerable children.