Seychelles

Event
August 28, 2012

Global Female Condom Day aims to increase the number of women, men, transpeople and youth around the world who know about, use, and advocate for female condoms.

Event
August 17, 2012

The Second Global Symposium is dedicated to evaluating progress, sharing insights and recalibrating the agenda of science to accelerate universal health coverage (UHC). UHC is understood here in its broader sense of health service type, accessibility and financial risk coverage.

Event
August 15, 2012

The 5th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights will take stock of responses to sexual health and rights on the continent since the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), and interrogate the status of sexual health and rights, with particular focus on wome

News
July 31, 2012

Is the world on the verge of ending the AIDS epidemic and creating an AIDS-free generation, even though a cure and a vaccine are st

Organization
July 30, 2012

RIATT-ESA is a unique, multi-sectoral partnership of organisations focusing on the care and support for children affected by AIDS in eastern and southern Africa.

News
July 30, 2012

WASHINGTON (AP) - Call it a triple win for fighting the AIDS epidemic: Treating people with HIV early keeps them healthy, cuts their chances of infecting others, and now research shows it's also a good financial investment.

News
July 28, 2012

Scientific, Political and Community Leaders Call for Collaborative Partnerships and Investments in Research, Treatment and Prevention to Turn the Tide on HIV

Event
July 27, 2012
  • Slideshow of conference highlights
  • Remarks and introduction - D.Havlir, United States
  • Remarks - N.Pelosi, United States
  • Remarks from the co-organizers - A.Zakowicz, Poland I.McKnight, Jamaica
  • Closing remarks and introduction of incoming IAS President: E.Katabi
News
July 27, 2012

Thursday, 26 July, 2012 (Washington D.C, US) - A new study has been released at the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington today confirming that patients treated early and then taken off antiretroviral therapy have shown no signs of a resurgence of their HIV infection.