This paper explains the interconnections between certain Sustainable Development Goal targets, human rights laws, and HIV. Ending AIDS is now part of a broader health goal within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Those who are committed to ending the AIDS epidemic realise that a purely medical response is not effective. The AIDS response must also … Continued
The factsheet draws out connections between the disproportionate impact of HIV on women, gender inequality and economic empowerment. Using case studies from STOPAIDS members, the factsheet highlights the importance of meaningfully involving women, addressing structural barriers, transforming gender norms, closely involving the wider community, funding existing community groups to ensure sustainability.
The paper outlines an approach to HIV prevention: “a package of prevention interventions – combination prevention – tailored to local epidemiology is the only effective way of tackling the spread of the epidemic.” The Prevention Working Group of the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development. (2011)
The Roadmap begins with the latest UNAIDS definition of comprehensive care and support and is followed by an accompanying set of programming principles for care and support that have been developed by the Care and Support Working Group of the Consortium in consultation with the TAG advisory group. (2011)