The XIII International AIDS Conference
, July 9-14, 2000
In Durban, South Africa, more than 10,000 delegates gathered to discuss critical HIV/AIDS issues such as progress in medical research, access to treatment and care, HIV prevention, and governmental and private sector support for the fight against AIDS. Webcasts of specific conference discussions, on-site news, daily session reports, and related articles can be viewed on the XIII International AIDS Conference website.
- Kaiser National Survey on American Views on the AIDS crisis in Africa
- “The Impending Catastrophe”: A Resource Book on the Emerging HIV/AIDS Epidemic in South Africa
- Interview with Michael Sinclair PhD, Senior Vice President of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s South Africa Program: highlights from the AIDS 2000 conference