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  • Does the global HIV response understand anal sex?

    Stigma, squeamishness and misunderstanding of anal sex is leading to research gaps and inaccurate information about the risks of this common sexual behaviour, and hindering effective HIV/AIDS prevention strategies, experts say. A move towards "sex positive" approaches could enhance social acceptance and increase protection.

    28 August 2014 | IRIN
  • Fear-struck GALZ holds on to HIV data

    Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ) on Monday said they are holding on to research data on HIV prevalence among the gay community because of fear of victimisation by the government. A senior GALZ official who requested anonymity said victimisation of gays in the country has not been addressed forcing them to halt interactions at an official level with the government.

    26 August 2014 | Newzimbabwe.com
  • HIV Trends in San Francisco and London: An AIDS 2014 Q&A

    At AIDS 2014 researchers presented findings from a comparison of HIV trends in two major cities: San Francisco and LondonStudy co-author Jen Hecht, MPH, director of program development and operations at San Francisco AIDS Foundation, spoke with BETA about the study findings, what they mean for HIV prevention efforts moving forward

    22 August 2014 | BETA blog
  • New report finds missing and incomplete data imperils the global HIV/AIDS response

    A new report from amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and AVAC outlines the need for a new approach to tracking data to guide the key decisions that shape the response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Critical and expensive decisions made with incomplete data are undermining the response—even as the systems for collecting this data continue to improve, the report found.

    21 August 2014 | AVAC
  • Global Fund Investment Guidance for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

    The Global Fund, in collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders, has embarked on the development of a Global Fund Investment Guidance for EECA for the 2014-2016 allocation period. The aim of this guidance is to recommend strategic priorities for contributing to sustainable impact on HIV/AIDS and TB in the region and thereby help reverse the tide of the epidemics.

    21 August 2014 | Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria
  • Experts Say Russia Not Ready to Fight HIV

    People walking past the pharmacy where volunteers chat with Olesya — an intravenous drug user with HIV — glare at the young woman, quickening their pace as they go. Others, many of them also young women, stop to accept the clean clean syringes, HIV tests and pregnancy tests being handed out as part of an outreach program to do the things that many specialists say authorities are not: acknowledge the fact that a full-blown HIV epidemic is becoming more and more of a reality each day.

    20 August 2014 | The Moscow Times
  • An Activist's Welcome -- and a Friendly Challenge -- to NYC's New HIV Head

    Now a high-level appointment at New York City's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has given city activists hope that the department is getting serious about countering the epidemic in new HIV infections among men who have sex with men.

    08 August 2014 | The Body
  • On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa

    Analysis of three countries that are doing very well on some aspect of fighting AIDS: Rwanda, Ethiopia and Malawi.

    04 August 2014 | New York Times
  • Getting to Zero – Good Intentions Coming to Naught?

    Reflecting on the slogan zero new HIV infections, zero HIV-related discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.

    21 July 2014 | InterPress Service
  • Funding for HIV prevention for people who inject drugs is in crisis, experts warn

    Harm Reduction International, the International Drug Policy Consortium and the International HIV/Aids Alliance will publish a report that confirms HIV prevention services for drug injectors are losing out due to "changing donor policies and national government neglect".

    20 July 2014 | The Observer
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