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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

Former President Bush Marks 20 Years of Signature HIV/AIDS Policy

VOA News | March 3, 2023

Repealing laws targeting people living with HIV/AIDS saves lives

UN News - the United Nations | February 28, 2023

PEPFAR Celebrates 20th Anniversary | January 30, 2023

PEPFAR Reauthorization: Side-by-Side of Legislation Over Time

KFF | August 18, 2022

Botswana's HIV/AIDS success

The Lancet | August 13, 2022

New global alliance launched to end AIDS in children by 2030

United Nations | August 2, 2022

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

KFF | July 12, 2022

Performance report demonstrates how the UN Joint Programme on HIV and AIDS has helped save lives

UNAIDS | June 18, 2022

Health partners race to secure life-saving HIV medicines and services for people affected by the war in Ukraine

UNAIDS | April 5, 2022

The life-threatening perseverance of HIV stigma

Open Access Government | March 10, 2022

UNAIDS urges protection and continuity of health and HIV services for people living with and  and affected by HIV in Ukraine

UNAIDS | February 25, 2022

Large number of children living with undetected HIV, experts warn

The East African | February 12, 2022

Economic impact of COVID-19 in PEPFAR countries

KFF | February 7, 2022

News Updates

Africa burdened with largest global increase of oral diseases 

WHO Africa - World Health Organization (WHO) | March 20, 2023

A look at PEPFAR's legacy: 20 years of fighting AIDS

NPR | March 18, 2023

The US helped prevent AIDS from being a death sentence in Africa. Now the epidemic is at a crossroads

CNN | March 11, 2023

Asia Pacific women living with HIV speak out about rights violations

UNAIDS | March 8, 2023

Confronting global inequalities to end HIV/AIDS

Brookings | March 7, 2023

AHF Africa Praises African Leaders' Pledge to End AIDS in Children

Yahoo Finance KAMPALA, Uganda, February 13, 2023

Thai government shuts down key-population led PrEP services

Aidsmap | February 13, 2022

The long, tragic history of the Aids epidemic - and how far we've got to go

Metro UK | February 12, 2022

HIV incidence in sub-Saharan Africa 'appears low,' but rates remain 'staggering'

Healio | February 2, 2023

African Leaders Vow To End AIDS In Children By 2030

Health Policy Watch | February 2, 2023

Progress made against HIV/AIDS fragile - Truth, for its own sake. | January 30, 2023

PEPFAR: US invests over $100bn in fight against HIV/AIDS in 20 years 

Blueprint Newspapers Limited | January 29, 2023

Study: Long-acting PrEP could reduce HIV incidence, AIDS deaths in sub-Saharan Africa 

Healio | January 23, 2023

Russia: HIV-positive teens refusing treatment – DW – 01/21/2023 

DW | January 21, 2023

Mobile application to support healthcare workers managing people with Advanced HIV Disease 

Clinton Health Access Initiative | January 18, 2023

HIV/AIDS Can Still Hinder Economic Development in Africa. But it Doesn't Have To. 

Farmers Review Africa | January 17, 2023

Global Push to Treat HIV Leaves Children Behind

Yahoo News | January 17, 2023

HIV remains a leading killer in Africa despite medical breakthroughs – how to eliminate it 

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance | January 10, 2023

HIV remains a leading killer in Africa despite medical breakthroughs – how to eliminate it 

The Conversation | January 8, 2023

High court directs Delhi Govt to provide free food, treatment to HIV-positive persons 

The Hindu | January 3, 2023

Five Pillars of the Updated U.S. Global AIDS Program PEPFAR

POZ Magazine | December 20, 2022

Mapping age- and sex-specific HIV prevalence in adults in sub-Saharan Africa, 2000–2018 

BMC Medicine - BioMed Central | December 19, 2022

Pandemics can only be defeated if communities are supported to lead, say governments...

UNAIDS | December 15, 2022

New PEPFAR Strategy Speeds Up the Global HIV Response 

amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research | December 13, 2022

Criminalisation has hurt sex workers and perpetuated the AIDS pandemic. UNAIDS welcomes South Africa’s call to end it.

UNAIDS | December 2022

International Human Rights Day: ending the AIDS pandemic means respecting human rights for all

UNAIDS | December 10, 2022

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Eurasia Review | December 10, 2022

South Africa plans to legalize sex work in a bid to tackle crime against women and HIV infections

CBS News | December 9, 2022

Russia Dismisses Data Showing World's 5th-Highest HIV Infection Rate

The Moscow Times | December 8, 2022

Governments step up to close the resource gap for UNAIDS work to end AIDS by 2030 

ReliefWeb | November 18, 2022

Delays in global, affordable access to long-acting, injectable HIV medicines would cost lives, say AIDS campaigners

UNAIDS | November 16, 2022

Food insecurity is driving women in Africa into sex work, increasing HIV risk

NPR | November 11, 2022

HIV-Positive Men Are More Likely to Be Hyper Linked Within College Student Social Network 

China CDC Weekly | October 28, 2022

Older people are less likely to receive AIDS treatments

The World Economic Forum | October 28, 2022

New medicines will be made available across the country to end regional disparities

The Guardian | October 22, 2022

'No new HIV cases by 2030': England hopes to become first country in the world to defeat virus 

The Guardian | October 22, 2022

WHO announces the update of the Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Testing Services (updated 2022-23)

World Health Organization (WHO) | October 20, 2022

Food shortage leaves HIV/Aids orphaned children in despair

Daily Monitor | October 20, 2022

Stigma and discrimination against people with HIV are as big an issue as ever

Aidsmap | October 20, 2022

Nearly a Fifth of AIDS-Related Deaths Attributed to Cryptococcal Meningitis 

Infectious Disease Advisor | October 18, 2022

US CDC Holds Discussion on Curbing HIV Transmission Between Mother & Child in Nigeria 

YouTube | October 7, 2022

Lifesaving fund to fight AIDS, malaria and TB falls short of $18-billion target

Nature | October 5, 2022


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