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UNAIDS saddened by death of Smarajit Jana
Pioneers of harm reduction response in Uganda
UNAIDS condemns new law that further criminalizes and marginalizes vulnerable groups of people in Uganda
Specialized medical waste management equipment for Republic of Moldova’s harm reduction programme
Statement on decision by US to support TRIPS waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
UNITY Platform publishes annual report on violence against sexual and gender minorities in Cameroon
UNAIDS Executive Director visits projects in Namibia that empower adolescent girls and young women
UNAIDS is saddened by death of Patrick O’Connell, founding director of Visual AIDS
100% Life: 20 years of fighting
Big drops in cost of antiretroviral medicines, but COVID-19 threatens further reductions
Address inequalities to end AIDS by 2030, UN chief says in new report
UN Secretary-General calls for a greater focus on ending inequalities to end AIDS
UNAIDS welcomes Lord Fowler as an ambassador
UNAIDS statement on UK’s proposed reduction in financial support
High rates of hepatitis C and HIV coinfection among key populations
Interactive multistakeholder hearing takes place ahead of UN High-Level Meeting on AIDS
Civil society from Asia and Pacific join first regional consultation on High-Level Meeting on AIDS
Epidemiological Well-Being conference opens in Moscow
Regional network of people living with HIV launched in Middle East and North Africa
Many pregnant women with HIV cant access antiretroviral therapy in western and central Africa
Commission on Narcotic Drugs discusses how COVID-19 is impacting world drug problem
Former heads of state and Nobel laureates call on President Biden to waive intellectual property rules for COVID vaccines
Benefits of continuing to provide life-saving HIV services outweigh risk of COVID-19 transmission by 100 to 1
Wide range in access to HIV testing of babies in Caribbean
Statement by Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of UNAIDS, on occasion of World Health Day
Keeping girls in school reduces new HIV infections
President of Afghanistan declares ‘unwavering support’ for a People’s Vaccine for COVID-19
New study recommends strategies to serve under-protected Caribbean transgender community
UNAIDS joins human rights community in mourning Christof Heyns, legal academic and expert
Man in Mirror: seeing your true self
Fighting transphobia and violence one social media post at a time
Solidarity fund helping transgender people during COVID-19 pandemic
Transgender communities in Asia and Pacific respond to COVID-19 through activism
Two-thirds of epidemiologists warn mutations could render current COVID-19 vaccines ineffective in a year or less
US$ 29 billion a year by 2025 needed to get back on track to tackle AIDS, say UNAIDS
UNAIDS supports community-based campaign against COVID-19 in Equatorial Guinea
Positive Women with Disabilities in Uganda puts people at centre during COVID-19 pandemic
Less than 40% of countries report having training programmes at national level for law enforcement personnel on human rights and HIV
Representatives of people living with HIV, key populations and other affected communities selected to join multistakeholder task
UNAIDS works with partners to support COVID-19 recovery for vulnerable people in Indonesia
UNAIDS shows that with right investment we can end AIDS by 2030
UNAIDS Board adopts new global AIDS strategy which paves way to end AIDS by 2030
Drop-in centre provides a lifeline for sex workers in Ethiopia
Tuberculosis deaths among people living with HIV are declining globally, but worrying gaps in TB care persist
Drop-in centre for sex workers opened in Togo
Huge gaps in TB care for people living with HIV in some countries
Digital HIV education for Jamaican young people during COVID-19 and beyond
Education Plus-gender justice for adolescent girls and young women in Africa