20 Dec 2011
The Alliance has welcomed the release, on 15 December, of the European Commission’s 2011 contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) can be overshadowed by limited access to services, lack of information, community values and beliefs which mean women don’t access the services that are available. The fear of disclosing HIV status, stigma and discrimination and the limited resources women have available to pay for health services or treatment prevents them from seeking or using PMTCT.
19 Dec 2011
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is launching a new service aimed at helping to prevent and mitigate drug stock-outs in countries.
16 Dec 2011
New information system strengthens groundbreaking HIV prevention efforts for MSM and transgenders in India.
12 Dec 2011
A new report on young people’s right to health and gender identity in Latin America and the Caribbean has been launched by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and World Health Organization (WHO) to mark Human Rights Day 2011.
09 Dec 2011
On Human Rights Day (10 December), people all over the world celebrate the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights over 60 years ago. At the Alliance on this day we reflect on the importance of human rights and human dignity to achieve better health for all and to end HIV transmission globally.
06 Dec 2011
The Caribbean HIV & AIDS Alliance (CHAA) recently completed a successful trip to the2011 Caribbean HIV Conference where a team of fourteen people attended, most of them sponsored by USAID.
04 Dec 2011
As the full impact of the Global Fund decision to cancel Round 11 becomes clearer, the International Secretariat of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance has endorsed a global call to action from civil society. The text of the Call is below and civil society organisations are encouraged to make their voices heard to the Global Fund and to donors.
01 Dec 2011
A public perceptions survey conducted by Ipsos MORI and commissioned by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance has found that nearly three quarters (73%) of the British public think it is important that the UK government maintain its spending on HIV programmes overseas.
Decisions taken by the Global Fund ahead of this World AIDS Day will have a devastating effect on people and communities affected by HIV and AIDS, as well as TB and malaria.
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