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World AIDS Day

Administrator's statement on World AIDS Day, 1 December 2018  


More than words: Why HIV responses must put human rights centre stage

In community consultations in Nigeria, the descriptions of discrimination and violence shared by men who have sex with men and female sex workers were disturbing and extensive.  


Not a pipe dream: Gender equality and the end of AIDS

Agnes Lungu, 56, and her husband married off their 15-year old daughter. Up until this day she regrets this decision.  


How progress on AIDS shapes the road to universal health coverage

At the turn of the millennium, only 625,000 people worldwide had access to HIV treatment. Millions died slow painful deaths because lifesaving drugs weren’t available to those that needed them. Cost…  



Medical milestone

With 1 million people now in treatment, Zimbabwe is turning the tide against HIV-AIDS.  


World AIDS Day

Administrator’s Statement on World AIDS Day, 1 December  


HIV and health

UNDP’s work on HIV and health makes a powerful contribution to Agenda 2030 and the commitment to ‘leave no-one behind’.  



Life-saving medicines to reach 3,800 people living with HIV/AIDS

UNDP delivered the first batch of medicines under a new project designed to make sure the most vulnerable people get their treatments on time. Based on an agreement with the Ministry of Health, UNDP…  

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