PEPFAR 2020 Annual Report to Congress

PEPFAR

PEPFAR's annual report, addressing progress toward achievement of HIV epidemic control, using data to drive impact and address key gaps, and delivering on the program's mission. Sections include:

  • increasing the impact and cost-effectiveness of every dollar invested
  • accelerating access to HIV treatment
  • focusing prevention for impact
  • leveraging partnerships for sustainability
January 21, 2021
Year of publication
2020
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
PEPFAR, epidemic control, global progress

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