To end AIDS among adolescent girls & young women, it is essential to uphold sexual and reproductive health and rights and provide comprehensive sexual education.
We must educate girls about their choices and support them to make them well.
In sub-Saharan Africa, HIV continues to disproportionately impact adolescent girls.
Girls must be empowered with the education and skills they need to protect themselves from HIV.
If we are to end AIDS by 2030, we can’t leave anyone behind. That includes people who use drugs.
How do YOU think people who use drugs can be meaningfully supported in the AIDS response?
Laws that criminalize same-sex sexual relations undermine the basic human rights of LGBTI people and increase their vulnerability to HIV.
LGBTI rights are human rights.
40 years since the first AIDS case was reported, the HIV pandemic still threatens the world. But there is reason to hope. Our new report shows that dozens of countries achieved the 2020 targets, providing a path forward for all. #HLM2021AIDS
Although there is a wide range of HIV prevention options, 1.5 million people still acquired HIV in 2020.
World leaders must adopt a bold Political Declaration at #HLM2021AIDS to ensure ALL people have access to comprehensive and quality HIV services.
47% of children living with HIV do not have access to treatment. World leaders must seize the moment at #HLM2021AIDS to adopt a bold and ambitious Political Declaration on AIDS that ensures all children have access to the life-saving services they need.
The roll out of affordable, quality treatment has averted about 16.2 million deaths since 2001, according to a new @UNAIDS report.
World leaders must adopt a bold Political Declaration at #HLM2021AIDS that ensures the right to health of ALL people.