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UNAIDS leads & inspires the world to achieve zero new infections, and zero -related deaths. Executive Director:
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O'Neill Institute 7h
Join O’Neill, and for the launch of the , Tuesday, 9/29 at 9:00 AM ET. , , , Edwin Dikoloti, will discuss using law & policy more effectively in the global AIDS response. RSVP:
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UNAIDS 11h
The 🌍 cannot afford to let derail the progress made towards ending AIDS and achieving the . Millions of people like Anna depend on it.
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UNAIDS 11h
Seventy-five years after its founding, six in 10 respondents of the survey about the future we want believe the has made the world a better place. UNAIDS is proud to have contributed to it for the last 25 years.
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UNAIDS 12h
Find out more about harnessing space-tech for global health at this discussion tomorrow! 🗓️ 22 September 2020 ⏲️ 16:00 CEST 🔗
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UNAIDS 12h
Join tomorrow at the as she talks with about how inequalities prevent millions of people from accessing life-saving healthcare services. 🗓️ 22 Sept ⏲️ 10:00 EST ➡️
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UNAIDS 13h
More than 1 million people from all over the world took part in the survey and told the what they want for their future. Their answers showed that we are all united in our hopes & fears and there is more that unites than divides us:
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Winnie Byanyima 15h
Over 1 million people took part in the survey. Most people said their immediate concern was access to services like healthcare & education. It is unacceptable that millions still do not enjoy their human rights. We have much work to do!
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António Guterres Sep 20
In these days of physical distancing amid , we must stand together for peace. And together, we can — and will — build a more just, sustainable and equitable world.
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BBC World Service Sep 19
"We're seeing what happened in the early years of the HIV pandemic being repeated today... It's a violation of human rights for profits to come before life." on the importance of a vaccine being available to all
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UNAIDS Sep 20
“This is a unique opportunity to reimagine systems for health," said . "All eyes are on health, health systems and health care, with countries wanting to be better equipped to deal not only with but also to create healthier, more resilient societies."
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UNAIDS Sep 20
"We're seeing what happened in the early years of the AIDS pandemic and antiretrovirals being repeated today with and a vaccine... It's a violation of human rights for profits to come before life," says in this interview with .
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UNAIDS Sep 20
A new report by UNAIDS examines how the experience of tackling HIV can help inform and guide effective, efficient, people-centred and sustainable responses.
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UNAIDS Sep 20
Increased access to HIV treatment has averted around 12.1 million AIDS-related deaths since 2010. But not everyone who needs treatment has access to it and hundreds of thousands of people are still dying.
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Matthew Hodson Sep 20
Dr Peter Ghys of gives me and an update on progress towards the 90/90/90 targets (90% of all people living with diagnosed, 90% of those on treatment, 90% of those undetectable - and unable to pass it on ).
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United Nations Sep 19
.'s lost loved ones to AIDS. One of her dearest friends couldn't afford the treatment. Hear her talking to about fighting health inequalities & the importance of a people's vaccine to stop .
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UNAIDS Sep 19
We want to hear from YOU! How can all young people get condoms, PrEP and contraception when they need it? Send your thoughts and ideas about the next to strategyteam@unaids.org.
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UNAIDS Sep 19
“It is a myth that there can be a trade-off between human rights and public health,” says . “Human rights are not only intrinsic, but they are also the very means by which governments can successfully beat a pandemic.”
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UNAIDS Sep 19
COVID-19 and HIV: 1 Moment 2 Epidemics 3 Opportunities Read our new report!
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UNAIDS Sep 19
"It is absolutely essential that a vaccine for be considered a global public good, a ," says . "We need an affordable vaccine for everybody, everywhere, because we will only be safe if everybody’s safe."
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UNAIDS Sep 18
When a safe and effective vaccine is developed, it must be available for everyone, everywhere, free of charge. Listen to 's conversation with about the need for a .
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