Global Leaders Should Accelerate Global AIDS Response, ONE Report Says

ONE Campaign: The global AIDS response is “Stuck in Neutral”
In recognition of World AIDS Day, Jenny Ottenhoff, policy director for global health at the ONE Campaign, discusses findings from ONE’s 2016 AIDS report, writing, “In short, the global AIDS response is stuck in neutral. … [B]usiness as usual won’t be enough to put the world firmly on the path to the end of AIDS by 2030. … The response of world leaders over the next four years will determine whether we move towards eradication of the disease or retreat” (11/29).

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