12 Apr 2013
This week the Alliance hosted a workshop to explore practical ways for our Linking Organisations to better understand their results. The participants were specifically tasked with developing a new set of indicators to measure the impact of Alliance programmes. Two workshop participants tell us what they had learnt.
09 Apr 2013
As the Global Fund to Fight to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria launches its fourth replenishment bid for US$ 15 billion, Arben Fetai, Senior EU Policy Advisor at Stop AIDS Alliance, a joint initiative by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and STOP AIDS NOW! writes about the events in Brussels this week which highlighted the critical need to defeat the three diseases.
Yesterday’s announcement that the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is to target $15 billion to effectively fight the three diseases is a welcome one. There can be little doubt that the Global Fund has, in the words of Bill Gates, “started to change the trajectory of epidemics”.
05 Apr 2013
As the High Level Panel on the post-2015 framework prepares to submit its final report to the UN Secretary General, we outline our position on how to ensure progress on the HIV and related health needs of future generations.
Our annual directors meeting last month was the first face-to-face opportunity to reflect collectively on the recently launched new global strategy for the Alliance, which sets out how we aim to help bring an end to AIDS and sustain community action.
21 Mar 2013
RedTraSex, the Latin American and the Caribbean network of sex workers, has launched a new report celebrating its 15th anniversary.
20 Mar 2013
The UK government is to be applauded for holding firm on its longstanding commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of gross national income on aid, as announced in today’s budget.
11 Mar 2013
The Queen of England is signing the new Commonwealth Charter today. The Charter is the culmination of months of consultation and debate among State Members of the Commonwealth of Nations and has been agreed by consensus.
06 Mar 2013
Last week the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) announced a new collaboration with ViiV Healthcare - a joint venture of GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, and Shionogi - to work together to increase access to HIV medicines for children. We very much welcome the announcement as the initiative is an important step forward in improving treatment for children living with HIV.
05 Mar 2013
At the ongoing CROI conference (Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections), researchers from the University of Mississippi presented the case of an infant ‘functionally cured’ of HIV. This means that the HIV virus is no longer actively multiplying in the infant, who initially tested HIV-positive.
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