First, I think [we need] money, funding -- the engagement of the international society to really be apt to provide treatment needs, their engagement and funding. Second, we need a lot of infrastructure. We cannot accept that people have to walk for two or three hours in rural areas to get their treatment. So, we need other ways of integrating HIV services into the health services in the rural areas, as well.
And third, I think we need a lot of work against stigma and discrimination as long as people are either being HIV positive, or being whatever kind of key population -- either gay, or trans, or a sex worker, or even, being in Southern Africa, young girls, young women, living under sexual violence. So, we have to change a lot concerning homophobia, sexism and racism to end HIV for AIDS, but also to give treatment to all who are in need.