Implementation of the HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map - First progress report, March 2018

UNAIDS

This first progress report shows that members of the Global HIV Prevention Coalition have mobilized around strengthening HIV primary prevention. There are clear signs of renewed political commitment and strengthened institutional arrangements for planning and managing prevention programmes. Most member countries have moved fast to develop HIV prevention action plans, and there are many examples of excellent and innovative new initiatives. Furthermore, interest in the HIV prevention agenda and the Coalition is growing. A global accountability process has been set up, with score cards that track progress across a range of high-priority prevention programme areas.

Find the HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map here.

July 24, 2018
Year of publication
2018
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
HIV prevention, UNAIDS, HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map, Global HIV Prevention Coalition, new HIV infections, access to services, key populations

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