Web Briefing: What is the Future of HIV Funding?

As we recognized World AIDS Day this year, the outlook for funding to address the global and domestic HIV/AIDS epidemics remained uncertain. What is the status of U.S. government funding for domestic and global HIV efforts? What about other donor governments and multilateral efforts? What role does private philanthropy play in fighting the epidemic? What is at stake looking ahead?

On Friday, December 8, the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) and Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) hosted a web briefing to look at the latest data on funding for HIV, trends over time, and what we might expect going forward. The briefing included time for audience Q&A.

Lindsey Dawson, Senior Policy Analyst at KFF; Adam Wexler, Associate Director of Global Health & HIV Policy at KFF; and Caterina Gironda, Research & Communications Associate at FCAA, presented. Additional discussants included Greg Millett, Vice President and Director, Public Policy, at amfAR, and Mitchell Warren, Executive Director of the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC). Jen Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation Vice President and Director of Global Health & HIV Policy, moderated.

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