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UNAIDS' World AIDS Day 2016 Statement

For this year's World AIDS Day message, The Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, talks about the many strides made towards an AIDS-free generation but also the increased HIV risk young women in sub-Saharan Africa are facing, along with a need to adapt prevention and treatment strategies for all. 


ICW's World AIDS Day 2016 Statement

The International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) released their World AIDS Day statement by asking us to 'step up' to end HIV stigma for women and girls worldwide. They demand a political commitment and a focus towards empowerment, ensuring access to HIV prevention and high-quality treatment, as well as sexual and reproductive health rights for all women. 


UN Secretary-General's World AIDS Day 2016 Statement

The UN's Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, commemorates World AIDS Day by commending the progress that has been made in reducing mother-to-child transmission, the number of AIDS-related deaths, and increasing the number of infected people on life-saving treatment. However, he also reminds us of the need to support young, vulnerable people and other key populations to end AIDS by 2030.


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Recent Resource

HIV Prevention among Adolescent Girls and Young Women

The purpose of this report is to guide policymakers, planners, implementers of HIV prevention...

Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program (AGEP): Health and Life Skills Curriculum

Many adolescents and young women in Zambia are faced with economic and social barriers, lack of...

Key Barriers to Women's Access to HIV Treatment: Making 'Fast-Track' a Reality

This report shares the findings from a multi-stage review of the access women have to...

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