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Evaluation of PEPFAR
(Institute of Medicine)

Through the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the United States has provided an unprecedented level of health and development assistance and health diplomacy around the world. PEPFAR has saved and improved the lives of millions of people; supported HIV prevention, care, and treatment; strengthened systems; and engaged with partner countries to facilitate HIV policy and planning for sustainable responses to their epidemic. The IOM evaluation drew upon a variety of data sources, including quantitative data, extensive document review, and primary qualitative data collection through more than 400 interviews, including some site visits, with diverse stakeholders in 13 PEPFAR partner countries, at PEPFAR's headquarters, and at other institutions and agencies involved in the global HIV response. Read the Report

The first known person to be cured of HIV has died of cancer 

CNN | September 30, 2020

MMWR: Status of HIV Case-Based Surveillance Implementation - 39 U.S. PEPFAR-Supported Countries, May-July 2019

CDC | November 29, 2019

Gay 'chemsex' is fuelling urban HIV epidemics, AIDS experts warn

CNA | September 12, 2019

Informing responses to HIV/AIDS and food security in Southern Africa 

ReliefWeb | January 24, 2019

Miles to go—closing gaps, breaking barriers, righting injustices

UNAIDS | August 13, 2018

PEPFAR Releases Strategy For Accelerating HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control, Announces Progress ...

Kaiser Family Foundation | September 19, 2017
The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Fact Sheet
Kaiser | Nov 29, 2016
The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
Kaiser | August 17, 2016

7 things you may believe about HIV/AIDS that turn out to be wrong

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International | April 20, 2016

The HIV/AIDS pandemic, explained in 9 maps and charts

Vox | Dec 1, 2015

Treat all people living with HIV, offer antiretrovirals as additional prevention choice for people at "substantial" risk

World Health Organization | Sept 30, 2015
Remembering Suniti Solomon, a pioneer in India's AIDS research

Cuba ends mother-to-child HIV transmissions

USA TODAY – July 1, 2015
News Updates

How the New British Drama It's a Sin Is Telling the History of the 1980s AIDS Crisis—and Sparking Change in the Present 

TIME | February 15, 2021

Global burden of active smoking among people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Infectious Diseases of Poverty - BioMed Central | February 12, 2021

Decriminalizing homosexuality can play a critical role in combatting HIV/AIDS, say health officials | February 11, 2021

Assessing Global HIV Targets in PEPFAR Countries: A Dashboard 

Kaiser Family Foundation | February 10, 2021

As AIDS recedes, HIV stigma evolves in rural South Africa 

aidsmap | February 9, 2021

US calls for release of Venezuelan HIV/AIDS service providers 

Washington Blade | January 31, 2021

New ethical obligations for researchers in places where existing HIV prevention services are inadequate

aidsmap | January 29, 2021

Nine important lessons It's A Sin teaches us about the AIDS crisis 

The Tab | January 2021

Biden rescinds abortion restrictions on US foreign aid

ABC News | January 28, 2021

Opinion: How to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination in health facilities 

Devex | January 27, 2021

WHO Passes Resolution Recognizing Importance Of Oral Health

Dentistry Today | January 27, 2021

Predictors of Virological Failure after Adherence-Enhancement Counseling among First-Line Adults Living with HIV/AIDS in Kombolcha Town, Northeast Ethiopia

Dove Medical Press | January 26, 2021

'It's a Sin is a sad reminder that attitudes towards HIV remain stuck in the '80s' | January 25, 2021

HIV/AIDS-Related Training Coverage Sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ... 

Dove Medical Press | January 22, 2021

Huge fall in new HIV infections after roll-out of PrEP in Scotland 

aidsmap | January 21, 2021

Moderna Pushes Forward With Immunization Development for 3 Infectious Diseases 

Pharmacy Times | January 12, 2021

Rates of HIV in female sex workers in Kenya decreased by two-thirds over a ten-year period 

aidsmap | January 11, 2021

Estimating HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis need and impact in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia: A geospatial and risk-based analysis

PLoS Blogs | January 11, 2021

Study calls for safeguarding rights of people living with HIV 

Jordan Times | December 26, 2020

UNAIDS Board concludes with key decisions taken related to the colliding epidemics of HIV and COVID-19

ReliefWeb | December 24, 2020

Have we failed the HIV vulnerable communities? 

The Hindu BusinessLine | December 12, 2020

WHO Prequalifies Vaginal Ring to Prevent HIV 

Verywell Health | December 4, 2020

Sub-Saharan African men half as likely as women to receive HIV test 

Healio | December 3, 2020

Cuba keeps low prevalence of HIV infection 

Prensa Latina | December 2020

Cuba keeps low prevalence of HIV infection 

Prensa Latina | November 29, 2020

UNAIDS urges Caribbean to adopt new targets to tackle HIV/AIDS 

Jamaica Gleaner | November 27, 2020

Stigma, Discrimination Seen Driving HIV/AIDS, COVID-19 | Voice of America - English 

Voice of America | November 26, 2020

UNAIDS urges Caribbean to adopt new targets to tackle HIV/AIDS 

Jamaica Gleaner | November 27, 2020

A child infected with HIV every 100 seconds, new UN report reveals 

UN News | November 25, 2020

UNAIDS' World AIDS Day Report (including new 2025 targets) and Annotated Draft Outline for Global AIDS Strategy 2021-2025

How Egyptian Cinema Addresses Social Issues 

Borgen Project | November 23, 2020

Beijing reports big drop in new HIV/AIDS cases 

Deccan Herald | November 22, 2020

Show more 'care and compassion' to persons with HIV- Patrick 

Jamaica Gleaner | November 22, 2020

Kenya's HIV prevalence falls 1.1 pct in fiscal year 2019-20 

Xinhua | November 20, 2020

Updated dashboard supports differentiated HIV testing services 

ReliefWeb | November 12, 2020

HIV/AIDS stigma drops by 80 pct in Rwanda: survey | November 11, 2020

HIV information in 23 languages – with more coming soon 

aidsmap | October 22, 2020

Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Towards COVID-19 Among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Kigali, Rwanda

DocWire News | October 22, 2020

Global HIV response found to neglect gay and bisexual men, trans women 

Reuters | October 20, 2020

With COVID Here, 90% of Australian MSM Have Less Sex, 40% Stop PrEP

AIDS 2020: 23rd International AIDS Conference Virtual, July 6-10, 2020

Africa: 'HIV/AIDS deaths may have soared due to virus' 

Anadolu Agency | October 14, 2020

UNAIDS congratulates the World Food Programme on being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 

UNAIDS | October 9, 2020

HSE University researcher develops global HIV prevention index for drug users 

EurekAlert | October 9, 2020

Superdrug now prescribes PrEP online to protect against HIV 

Yahoo Sports | October 8, 2020

Watch People of Faith Renew Their Fight Against HIV—and COVID-19 

POZ | October 8, 2020

Gov't signs US$3.6-million agreement with CDC 

Jamaica Observer | October 3, 2020

Timothy Ray Brown, the First Man Cured of HIV, Dies at Age 54

POZ | September 30, 2020

Vietnam among top 4 countries in treating HIV/AIDS: official 

VnExpress International | September 30, 2020

New HIV Policy Lab uses law and policy data in the HIV response 

ReliefWeb | September 29, 2020

How stigmatizing disease—from COVID-19 to HIV—creates a vicious cycle of sickness 

Science Magazine | September 29, 2020

Conference takes stock of progress in AIDS fight during COVID-19 pandemic 

Crux: Covering all things Catholic | September 26, 2020

900,000 people living with HIV/AIDs in Nigeria not traceable — CiSHAN 

Vanguard | September 16, 2020

Russia's healthcare watchdog faces backlash from NGOs over new restrictions on at-home HIV tests 

Meduza | September 14, 2020

More than 142,000 Ghanaians are HIV positive but don't know – AIDS Commission 

GhanaWeb | September 5, 2020

20000 new HIV infections recorded in Ghana in 2019 – Aids Commission 

GhanaWeb | September 5, 2020

South Africa's poor scramble for anti-HIV drugs amid virus 

Minneapolis Star Tribune | August 11, 2020

USAID Completes Successful HIV Flagship Program in Central Asia 

US Embassy and Consulate in Kazakhstan | August 6, 2020

Criminalization of Gay Sex Linked to Staggering HIV Rates in Africa | August 4, 2020

AIDS 2020: Five key takeaways for human rights in the time of COVID-19 

ReliefWeb | July 31, 2020

HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 Require Global Solidarity 

IDN InDepthNews | Analysis That Matters | July 29, 2020

UNAIDS chief: We must focus anti-AIDS efforts on stigmatised minorities 

Erasing 76 Crimes | July 28, 2020

Persons living with HIV/AIDS get improved access to private health services 

Jamaica Gleaner | July 23, 2020

Deprived of sources of livelihood, HIV/AIDS vulnerable groups petition global fund 

The Hindu | July 21, 2020

Global Efforts to Address HIV in Children Are Falling Short 

POZ | July 17, 2020

Where does the HIV/AIDS movement go from here? 

Devex | July 13, 2020

The 23rd International AIDS Conference took place July 6 – 10

23rd International AIDS Conference | July 6 – 10

Elton John charity gives $25m to target rising HIV in Eastern Europe, Central Asia 

Reuters India | July 9, 2020

Harm reduction for people who inject drugs in Ukraine and Tanzania associated with improved HIV ... 

aidsmap | July 5, 2020

Sex workers in Africa lack food for taking HIV drugs during coronavirus outbreak 

Los Angeles Times | July 2020

Germany ramps up its contribution to the HIV response with an extra €20 million to UNAIDS 

UNAIDS | June 25, 2020

India moving forward in fight against HIV/AIDS 

Bay Area Reporter | June 24, 2020

Poll shows that negative ideas on HIV/AIDS remain 

Taipei Times | June 21, 2020

As Uganda Takes Control of the HIV Epidemic, US Shifts Funding

Undark Magazine | June 10, 2020

Mozambique's annual death toll of HIV/AIDS reduces to 51000 

Xinhua | June 9, 2020

Tracing the global spread of AIDS 

Chinadaily USA | June 6, 2020

Haitian community denounces stigma, inaccuracies in Netflix 'AIDS' video 

Haitian Times | June 5, 2020

UNAIDS celebrates the life of pioneer AIDS activist Larry Kramer 

UNAIDS | May 28, 2020

The US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) 

Kaiser Family Foundation | May 27, 2020

HIV Services Take a Backseat to COVID-19 in Russia 

Inter Press Service | May 19, 2020

Covid-19 likely to undo HIV/Aids gains 

Daily Nation

Coronavirus could hamper fight against HIV and malaria in Africa 

TRT World | May 15, 2020

UN says AIDS deaths could double in sub-Saharan Africa due to COVID-19 

New Europe | May 13, 2020

LOCKDOWN: Nearly 300 children living with HIV/AIDS stuck 

NTV Uganda | May 2, 2020

Argument preview: Court to consider constitutionality of condition for HIV/AIDS funding – again 

SCOTUSblog | April 28, 2020

Elton John pledges $1million so HIV/AIDs sufferers aren't 'forgotten' amid Covid-19 pandemic 

Metro | April 4, 2020

Announcing AIDS 2020: Virtual

23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020)

AIDS, TB And Malaria: Coronavirus Threatens The Endgame 

Forbes | March 29, 2020

Is HIV Epidemic Outpacing The AIDS Response In Asia Pacific? 

Modern Ghana | March 20, 2020

PrEP: Preventative HIV drug available in England from April

BBC News | March 15, 2020

'Stigma is major obstacle to reach global HIV/Aids targets' 

IPPmedia | March 9, 2020

HIV Cure/London Patient Reveals NY Times

NY Times | March 9, 2019

People with HIV plan to meet Prime Minister 

The Hindu | March 7, 2020

Forty years into the HIV epidemic, AIDS remains the leading cause of death of women of reproductive age—UNAIDS calls for bold action

Reliefweb | March 5, 2020

'I was waiting to die': In Russia, HIV+ migrants fear death and deportation 

Reuters | March 5, 2020

In battle against HIV women must bring men along 

Daily Nation | February 29, 2020

Dozens of HIV-Positive S. African Women Forcibly Sterilized | Voice of America - English 

Voice of America | February 25, 2020

Report: South African State Hospitals 'Forcibly' Sterilized Women With HIV 

TIME | February 25, 2020

Children the least covered by HIV/Aids treatment in Kenya 

Business Daily | February 24, 2020

Join the youth in countering stigma of HIV/AIDS 

Jakarta Post | February 20, 2020

China HIV patients risk running out of AIDS drugs in days: UNAIDS 

CNA | February 20, 2020

UNAIDS and China working together during the COVID-19 outbreak to ensure that people living with HIV continue to get treatment

UNAIDS | February 19, 2020

'You'll Infect Us All': Russian Clinic Turns Away HIV-Positive Patient 

The Moscow Times | February 18, 2020

New Analysis Highlights CDC’s Pivotal Role in the Global Fight against HIV

CDC | February 2020

A drug can stop HIV infection – so why isn't it available on the NHS in England? 

The Guardian | February 16, 2020

This Doctor Did More For AIDS Victims In India Than Anyone Else, And We Salute Her Efforts 

India Times | February 16, 2020

Why has Kenya been facing serious shortages of human blood? 

BBC News | February 16, 2020

Becoming SA's longest-surviving child born with HIV, here's how Nkosi Johnson changed the world 

Face2Face Africa | February 14, 2020

Vancouver HIV/AIDS support, advocacy organization shutting its doors 

CityNews Vancouver | February 1, 2020

Study turns HIV transmission assumption on its head 

Sub-Saharan Africa English | January 31, 2020

FDA launches mobile-friendly database with information on life-saving HIV drugs as part of ongoing mission to empower the public through increased access to information and data

FDA | January 29, 2020

HIV-Positive Mexicans are Being Treated With Expired Medications 

Latin Post | January 25, 2020

Sex education urged after HIV/AIDS hits thousands of Chinese students a year 

ecns | January 22, 2020

Eyeing a cure: Scientists examine strategies to end of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic 

Medical Xpress | January 21, 2020

Over 5000 prisoners suffering from HIV/Aids, hepatitis in Pakistan 

The Express Tribune | January 19, 2020

White House’s Anti-LGBTQ Actions Threaten Its Plan to End HIV

POZ | January 17, 2020

Pilot With HIV Soars Over Stigma

POZ | January 15, 2020

US Deputy Chief Of Mission In Nigeria Expresses Concern Over Stigmatization Of People Living With HIV 

Kaiser Family Foundation | January 13, 2020

Vietnamese woman fights HIV and stigma 

Viet Nam News | January 5, 2020

How food insecurity threatens Malawi's HIV progress | January 3, 2020

Scaling up use of opioid agonist therapies could help combat Ukraine's HIV epidemic | January 3, 2020

Trinidad and Tobago continues to face HIV stigma and lack of sex education 

Global Voices | December 31, 2019

The Decade In Global Health: New Drugs, Faster Trials, Social Media To The Rescue 

NPR | December 24, 2019

Bali records over 22 thousand HIV/AIDS cases, 5th highest in Indonesia: official 

Coconuts | December 23, 2019

The 2020 HIV/Aids mission 

Trinidad News | December 15, 2019

AIDS continue to be major public health issue in Africa 

Anadolu Agency | December 12, 2019

As of 2019, 165000 people affected with HIV/AIDS in Pakistan; only 20994 receiving treatment 

Times Now | December 10, 2019

Vladimir Putin bears responsibility for the HIV epidemic facing Russia 

The Independent | December 7, 2019

New HIV cases in Turkey skyrocket in last decade 

Middle East Eye | December 6, 2019

World AIDS Day 2019 message from UNAIDS Executive Director Winnie Byanyima 

UNAIDS | December 1, 2019

Brazil's HIV/AIDS policies proved a success. But here are the new challenges. 

Washington Post | December 1, 2019

World AIDS Day: Venezuela drugs shortage causes increase in HIV-related deaths 

FRANCE 24 | December 1, 2019

Stigma is still slowing progress of treatment for HIV/AIDS 

Brisbane Times | November 30, 2019

HIV-positive sperm bank opens in New Zealand 

BBC News | November 27, 2019

Community comes up with plan to end HIV transmission and Aids in Singapore by 2030 

The Straits Times | November 23, 2019

UNAIDS supports training of prison nurses in HIV/Aids management 

New Era Live | November 21, 2019

Brazil Cuts Sex Education Despite Boom in HIV and Syphilis 

Newsweek | November 15, 2019

Discrimination In The Workforce Due To HIV / AIDS Disclosure Is Still Rife | November 14, 2019

'Waking in Havana': Good works on the AIDS front in Cuba 

People's World | November 12, 2019

Health experts push Uganda to legalize homosexuality to fight HIV 

LGBTQ Nation | November 8, 2019

African HIV experts are calling on Uganda to legalise homosexuality 

PinkNews | November 2, 2019

Winnie Byanyima joins UNAIDS as Executive Director 

UNAIDS | November 1, 2019

Intimate partner violence among HIV positive women in care - results from a national survey ... 

BMC Blogs Network | November 1, 2019

Europe's PrEP Gap: Half a Million MSM Who Need It Can't Access | October 30, 2019

Interview: China contributing to Africa's efforts in fight against HIV/AIDS: AU official 

Xinhua | October 30, 2019

Nearly 900 Children Under 12 Diagnosed With HIV in Pakistan After Pediatrician Reused Tainted ... 

Daily Beast | October 26, 2019

900 children test positive for HIV in Pakistani city 

The Hill | October 26, 2019

Global Fund Replenishment Shows Continuing Global Cooperation To Address HIV/AIDS, TB ... 

Kaiser Family Foundation | October 24, 2019

Rwanda close to meeting UN target to end HIV epidemic: survey 

Xinhua | October 23, 2019

National campaign for HIV/AIDS prevention launched 

Viet Nam News | October 23, 2019

HIV Positive Baby Adopted by Gay Couple After Being Rejected 10 Other Times 

Newsweek | October 17, 2019

Uganda launches oral rapid HIV self-testing kits 

Xinhua | September 28, 2019

Morocco makes headway against HIV but stigma remains 

Arab News | September 27, 2019

Senate Appropriations Committee Releases Draft FY 2020 Health and Human Services (HHS) Appropriations Bill

Kaiser Family Foundation | September 20, 2019

Homophobia and 'Soviet hangover' driving HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, says David Furnish

The Independent | September 19, 2019

The HIV+ Exodus 

Caracas Chronicles | September 18, 2019

WHO Revises Birth Control Guidelines for Women at Risk for HIV

POZ | September 17, 2019

Chair Of Elton John AIDS Foundation Says Homophobia, Stigma Hindering HIV Prevention Efforts in Eastern Europe, Central Asia; New Grant Program to Address Issues in Region

Kaiser Family Foundation | September 16, 2019

The BALI Declaration on Oral Health in HIV/AIDS

Rates and Drivers of Quality of Life With HIV Differ in Netherlands and UK

European Workshop on Healthy Living With HIV 2019, Barcelona, September 13-14, 2019

Gilead, Elton John AIDS Foundation launch HIV initiative 

PharmaTimes | September 11, 2019

Leader in Women's Issues to Head UN Aids Program 

Lasentinel | August 30, 2019

US to pay for thousands of doses of HIV drugs for Venezuelan migrants 

Physician's Weekly | August 29, 2019

Cuba to Host Forum on Experience against HIV/AIDS 

Prensa Latina | August 29, 2019

New HIV infections, AIDS patients fall for second year in Japan 

The Japan Times | August 29, 2019

1092 new HIV/AIDS cases reported in May 

Philippine Star | August 24, 2019

2 workers dismissed over expelling AIDS patient from Gharbia hospital 

Egypttoday | August 22, 2019

Four more test HIV positive 

The Express Tribune | August 18, 2019

WHO congratulates new UNAIDS Executive Director 

World Health Organization | August 15, 2019

Global 2020 HIV targets are off-track 

Avert | August 9, 2019

College, Universities to blame for high teenage pregnancies, HIV / AIDS spread in Siaya 

Kenya News Agency | August 8, 2019

UNAIDS Launches New Website Highlighting National Laws, Policies Related To AIDS Response 

Kaiser Family Foundation | August 1, 2019

Number Of AIDS-Related Deaths Increased In 2018 In Russia, Health Ministry Data Show 

Kaiser Family Foundation | August 1, 2019

Elton John AIDS fundraiser brings in $6 million for Kenya HIV testing 

Physician's Weekly | July 25, 2019

Global Aids Fight Running out of Steam, UN says 

Inter Press Service | July 24, 2019

Progress Against AIDS Under Threat In Some Regions, UNAIDS Executive Director Says 

Kaiser Family Foundation | July 24, 2019

Syphilis cases reach all-time high in Europe, up 70% in 7 years

Healio | July 23, 2019

WHO: Pretreatment HIV drug resistance exceeds 10% in many places

Healio | July 23, 2019

UNAIDS calls on countries to accelerate efforts and close service gaps to end the AIDS epidemic ... 

Africanews English | July 22, 2019

Europe faces 'looming syphilis epidemic' thanks to dating apps and reduced fear of HIV 

RT | July 21, 2019

Rato Dero outbreak: Three months on, HIV patients wait for life-saving drug 

The Express Tribune | July 21, 2019

How George Bush Became The Unlikely Hero To Africa's Biggest Threat In The 2000's 

The African Exponent | July 20, 2019

Elize Massard da Fonseca: Brazil's HIV/AIDS policy is under siege 

The BMJ | July 19, 2019

High number of AIDS deaths shows that the fight against HIV is far from over 

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International | July 16, 2019

Duque signs IRR of new HIV/AIDS law 

Philippine Star | July 14, 2019

This Drug, Underused in the US, May Help Make HIV Very Rare in Australia 

The New York Times | July 10, 2019

Russia considers legislation to tackle rising AIDS denialism 

The Lancet | July 2019

More than 700 children confirmed HIV positive in Pakistan disease outbreak | July 4, 2019

HIV/AIDS – genie unleashed? 

Daily Times | July 5, 2019

Zimbabwe: HIV/Aids Activists Demand End to Drug Shortage, Expired Drug Distribution | July 5, 2019

Angola Reports More Than 300000 HIV/AIDS-Affected People 

Prensa Latina | July 1, 2019

'You don't have AIDS': RT documentary takes on Russia's top HIV denialist

RT | June 29, 2019

UK pledges nearly £500m per year to fight Aids, malaria and TB around the world

The Independent | June 28, 2019

UNAIDS and UNDP call on 48* countries and territories to remove all HIV-related travel restrictions 

UNAIDS | June 27, 2019

Hand-in-hand, Macron and Elton John join forces on AIDS

Jakarta Post | June 23, 2019

Facing discrimination and ignorance, Hongkongers living with HIV want better education to debunk ...

South China Morning Post | June 22, 2019

Botswana enters new phase of AIDS response

UNAIDS | June 20, 2019

American Security Project Report Examines HIV/AIDS In Russia, Highlights National Security ...

Kaiser Family Foundation | June 20, 2019

UNAIDS welcomes important study results which find no significant difference in HIV risk among ...

UNAIDS | June 14, 2019

David Mabuza tells South Africans to stop stigmatising people with HIV

TimesLIVE | June 14, 2019

Countries With Lower HIV Prevalence Account For Most New Infections, AIDS-Related Deaths ...

Kaiser Family Foundation | June 5, 2019

Galvanizing global ambition to end the AIDS epidemic after a decade of progress

UNAIDS | June 3, 2019

38 new HIV infections recorded daily — DOH

Philippine Star | May 19, 2019

HIV/AIDS leads to 17181 deaths in Ethiopia in 2017

New Business Ethiopia | May 19, 2019

Scaling up HIV prevention and treatment in the Russian Federation

World Health Organization | May 15, 2019

New HIV Map Offers Most Detailed Look Yet At The Epidemic

NPR | May 15, 2019

Rate of undiagnosed HIV remains high among black African heterosexuals in London

aidsmap | May 14, 2019

Officials Probe Alarming HIV Outbreak in Southwest Pakistan

Voice of America | May 11, 2019

Jamaicans urged to end stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS | May 11, 2019

Mexican Official Resigns Post At National HIV/AIDS Agency Over Drug Shortages

Kaiser Family Foundation | May 10, 2019

Head of the U.N.’s AIDS Program Resigns, Effective Immediately

POZ | May 10, 2019

Alleged HIV/AIDS privacy breach could become class-action suit

Vancouver Courier | May 3, 2019

Corrections repeatedly failed to give meds to HIV positive prisoner | April 28, 2019

HIV/AIDS: the epidemic is far from over

The Independent | April 27, 2019

Women Fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa

Borgen Project | April 26, 2019

The Story of How South Africa Ended Up Having The World's Largest HIV/AIDS Epidemic

The African Exponent | April 8, 2019

SA to send delegation to US over decision to slash HIV/AIDS funding

702 | April 8, 2019

Nes estimates for Nigeria's HIV rate

Devex | April 1, 2019

Why ending HIV still rests on a working cure — as well as prevention

The South African | March 29, 2019

EACS Standard of Care meeting report – Tackling HIV and co-infections in Europe: towards ...

aidsmap | March 29, 2019

Trump's Global Gag Rule Is Making It Harder to Fight the AIDS Crisis

The Nation | March 25, 2019

India cut 84% TB deaths in AIDS patients by 2017

CNBCTV18 | March 24, 2019

Mexican president ends funding for internationally praised HIV program & other AIDS organizations

LGBTQ Nation | March 22, 2019

UNAIDS reports mixed progress towards reaching the 2020 target of reducing TB deaths among ...

UNAIDS (press release) | March 2019

LGBT+ health adviser urges Britain to make HIV-prevention drug free

Reuters | March 16, 2019

Nigeria: 2018 HIV/Aids Survey - We Cannot Celebrate Yet - Buhari | March 14, 2019

There is life after HIV, there is love

UNAIDS | March 8, 2019

Multiple benefits to scaling up universal test and treat in Africa

aidsmap | March 8, 2019

British media slammed for sensationalist HIV/AIDS headlines

OUTinPerth | March 1, 2019

Uganda: Report Shows How Laws Discriminate Against HIV Positive People | February 22, 2019

US should take pride in the lifesaving role our foreign aid has provided

The Hill | February 22, 2019

Venezuelan police raid HIV/AIDS organization’s offices

Blade | February 15, 2019

Fury and fear in Singapore after American man Mikhy Farrera Brochez spills city's HIV secrets

South China Morning Post | February 11, 2019

'We had no choice': Indonesia school expels students with HIV/AIDS | February 10, 2019

HIV-positive individuals in Singapore still face discrimination despite protective employment laws

Malay Mail | February 3, 2019

Standard's AIDSfree appeal raises a phenomenal £3.26m but also 'challenges 30 years of stigma ...

Evening Standard | February 1, 2019

US Man Leaks Data Of 14200 HIV-Positive People In Singapore

NDTV | January 29, 2019

How did Kenya build Africa's largest PrEP programme?

aidsmap | January 25, 2019

First Lady launches campaign to halt HIV mother-to-child transmission

BusinessGhana | January 25, 2019

HIV shelter outside Panama City readies for papal visit

Washington Post | January 25, 2019

Progress in the HIV epidemic: Identifying goals and measuring success

PLoS Blogs (blog) | January 18, 2019

The HIV/AIDS Epidemic could be getting Worse among Women

Guardian (blog) | January 18, 2019

AIDSfree appeal: The crumbling hospital that treats 120000 people for HIV

Evening Standard | January 18, 2019

BC to launch support plan for drug users modelled after HIV/AIDS strategy

The Globe and Mail | January 17, 2019

Gov't Seeks to Reassure HIV Patients Over Drug Supplies

Jakarta Globe | January 13, 2019

Law allows AIDS test for youth without parental consent

Philippine Star | January 13, 2019

WHO Philippines lauds passage of new law on HIV, AIDS

Philippine Star | January 11, 2019

South Africa reports successful third-line HIV treatment programme

aidsmap | January 4, 2019

New review looks at comprehensive AIDS prevention programs in prisons | January 4, 2019

New HIV laws will let minors get tested without parental consent in the Philippines

Gay Star News | December 31, 2018

Punjab's HIV

The News on Sunday | December 30, 2018

INVESTIGATION: Millions Meant For Combating HIV/AIDS In Nigeria End Up In Private Pockets? | December 29, 2018

Factors Contributing To The Spread Of HIV /AIDS In Africa (press release) (blog) | December 2018

UNAIDS 90-90-90 target is reachable for most sub-Saharan Africa countries

aidsmap | December 19, 2018

Managing sexual and survival risks: the impact of inequity and stigma on Jamaican MSM and ...

aidsmap | December 14, 2018

UN agency chief to step down after damning report on culture of sexual harassment

WTVA December 14, 2018

China's history with AIDS explains a puzzling aspect of the 'CRISPR babies' story

STAT | December 14, 2018

Youth urged to be screened, tested for HIV/AIDS

Philippine Canadian Inquirer | December 8, 2018

UNAIDS Report: 9 Million Are Likely HIV Positive And Don't Know It

NPR | December 7, 2018

AIDS Funding From Private Sources Drops $37M in 2017

POZ | December 5, 2018

How Indonesia's fight against HIV and AIDS is undermined by LGBT 'panic'

Southeast Asia Globe | December 4, 2018

We've come a long way since the 1980s – but the HIV/Aids crisis is still very much alive

The Independent | December 3, 2018