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UNAIDS’ current targets are for 95% of people with HIV to be diagnosed, 95% of diagnosed people to be taking treatment, and 95% of people on treatment to have an undetectable viral load. They also aim for 95% access to a number of essential services. Other UNAIDS targets call for the removal of barriers to HIV services – less than 10% of people experiencing stigma and discrimination, less than 10% of people experiencing gender inequality or violence, and less than 10% of countries having punitive laws and policies in relation to HIV.

Countries must re-engage on HIV, TB and malaria

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Médecins Sans Frontières
7 September 2022

Australia records lowest ever HIV numbers, but late diagnoses are concerning

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University of New South Wales
30 August 2022

HIV infections decrease by over 80% in Rwanda

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The New Times
23 August 2022

HIV response under threat – new figures

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World Health Organization
28 July 2022

Africa cuts HIV infections, deaths but key targets still elusive

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World Health Organization
6 December 2021