More Funding, Leadership Needed To End AIDS Epidemic By 2030, U.N. Secretary General’s Report Says

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Fight against AIDS threatened by lack of money, leadership, U.N. head says
“Global progress fighting AIDS could be lost because prevention programs are suffering from a lack of leadership, accountability, and funding, the head of the United Nations warned on Friday. Headway in tackling the epidemic has been ‘inspiring,’ with a 42 percent decline in AIDS-related deaths since a peak in 2004, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a report…” (Wulfhorst, 5/7).

U.N. News Centre: New U.N. report shows that urgent action is needed to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030
“…On the Fast-Track to end the AIDS epidemic reveals that the extraordinary acceleration of progress made over the past 15 years could be lost and urges all partners to concentrate their efforts to increase and front-load investments to ensure that the global AIDS epidemic is ended as a public health threat by 2030…” (5/6).

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