Funding Shortfall, Lack Of Urgency Threaten Progress On HIV/AIDS, ONE Report Says

The Guardian: £8bn shortfall in tackling Aids threatens ‘millions of lives,’ report says
“Complacency, fatigue, and an £8bn ($12bn) funding shortfall are jeopardizing global efforts to bring the HIV and AIDS epidemic under control, the advocacy group ONE has warned. In a report to mark World AIDS Day on Tuesday, the group says that ‘the notion of AIDS as an urgent, pressing issue of global concern has faded from the news headlines and the hallways of governments,’ risking the hard-won progress made over the past three decades…” (Jones, 11/30).

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