Fourth annual progress report of the HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map implementation

Global HIV Prevention Coalition, UNAIDS

This fourth progress report of the Global HIV Prevention Coalition reviews the progress in the 28 focus countries and complements the three previous progress reports. This report describes key developments in 2019–2020, identifies challenges and opportunities (including those associated with the COVID-19 pandemic) and outlines priorities for the years ahead. 

The first section:

  • Describes progress made on HIV prevention (generally reflecting data as of the end of 2019).
  • Reviews progress made in implementing Road Map actions since October 2019 (the final year of implementation).
  • Identifies challenges and solutions, including those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Summarizes the findings and recommendations from an independent external review of the Coalition and outlines their implications for the next phase of the prevention response.

The second section comprises country reports for the focus countries, which present in greater detail the progress made in implementing HIV prevention programmes at the country level, as represented by country HIV prevention scorecards and Road Map action plans.

December 16, 2020
Year of publication
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Global HIV Prevention Coalition, combination HIV prevention

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