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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

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

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

AllAfrica.com | 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

AllAfrica.com | 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

INQUIRER.net | 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

News-Medical.net | 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?

SaharaReporters.com | December 29, 2018

Factors Contributing To The Spread Of HIV /AIDS In Africa

Africa.com (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