UNAIDS’ targets are for 90% of people with HIV to be diagnosed, 90% of diagnosed people to be taking treatment, and 90% of people on treatment to have an undetectable viral load. Achieving these targets will greatly reduce the spread of HIV.

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  • The toughest battle in the fight against Aids? There is still one region where infection rates are on the rise

    The HIV crisis in eastern Europe and central Asia – which gathered pace in the two decades following the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 – has now reached epidemic proportions. It prompted anti-Aids campaigners and activists to issue a stark warning at last month’s global Aids conference in Amsterdam that the region’s HIV crisis risks “exploding”.

    1 hour ago | Daily Telegraph
  • The final frontier in the fight against Aids? There is still one region where HIV infection rates are on the rise

    Huge global progress has been made in tackling an epidemic which has claimed over 35 million lives since the 1980s. But there’s one region in the world where infection rates from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – the pathogen that causes Aids – have been quietly rising in recent years. The HIV crisis in eastern Europe and central Asia – which gathered pace in the two decades following the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 – has now reached epidemic proportions.

    20 hours ago | Daily Telegraph
  • Inside Namibia's HIV success story

    Facing one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world, Namibia has become the first country in Africa to have more than three-quarters of its HIV-affected population virally suppressed — and insiders are crediting political commitment, good data, and community-centered HIV programs for the remarkable achievement.

    15 August 2018 | Devex
  • New HIV diagnoses in Chicago hit record low

    It appears Chicago is winning the fight against HIV. Chicago saw a 55-percent decrease in people newly diagnosed with the virus in 2016 compared to 2011.

    13 August 2018 | WLS-TV Chicago
  • Fast Track Cities Quality of Life Survey

    We invite people living with HIV in 29 cities to complete a 10-minute online survey that will can assist us in better understanding the quality of life issues that impact urban AIDS responses. Your name will remain anonymous, but through your input you will have a positive effect on the quality of life of the global community of people living with HIV. The 29 cities include Amsterdam, Athens, Atlanta, Bamako, Bangkok, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Buenos Aires, Dar es Salaam, Denver, Durban, Geneva, Kingston, Lisbon, Libreville, Madrid, Melbourne, Miami, Montréal, Nairobi, New Orleans, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador de Bahia, San Francisco, and Santiago. UK Fast Track cities (Brighton and London) can fill it in by checking "other".

    09 August 2018 | IAPAC
  • 58% of Those With Diagnosed HIV Were Virally Suppressed in 2014

    This is according to a CDC analysis of surveillance records from 37 states and Washington, DC.

    08 August 2018 | Poz
  • Access to opioid agonist therapy in Russia: time for reform (free registration required)

    The efforts to halt the spread of HIV in Russia are hindered by the policies of its government, which has scaled back harm reduction efforts and denied access to opioid agonist treatment to 1·8 million people who inject drugs in Russia, many of whom inject opioids.

    07 August 2018 | The Lancet
  • HIV Activist David Barr on Going Beyond 90-90-90

    David Barr, a longtime AIDS activist who was an ACT UP New York member and co-founder of Treatment Action Group (TAG), is now with the Fremont Center. He was also the coordinator for the Joep Lange Institute's AIDS 2018 preconference workshop, Meeting the 90-90-90 Targets: Faster and Better.

    06 August 2018 | The Body PRO
  • A campaign to end AIDS by 2030 is faltering worldwide

    The ambitious campaign to “end AIDS” by 2030 is badly off track, officials said at the International AIDS Conference here last week. Funding for efforts to slow the spread of HIV by treating all infected people has flatlined, and many countries, for a host of reasons, can’t or won’t mount aggressive responses. “We will not be able to meet the prevention goal,” said Michel Sidibé, director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) in Geneva, Switzerland. “We have a prevention crisis.”

    02 August 2018 | Science
  • UNAIDS welcomes additional evidence from Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, and South Africa on progress towards the 2020 targets

    Results from population-based HIV impact surveys provide insight into where investments are needed.

    22 July 2018 | UNAIDS
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