Multimedia Resources Published In Recognition Of World AIDS Day

The following is a summary of some of the multimedia resources published in recognition of World AIDS Day, observed on Thursday, December 1.

  • AlertNet features video of an interview with Gottfried Hirnschall, director of WHO’s HIV/AIDS Department, who “spoke with AlertNet in London as a new United Nations health agencies report on HIV/AIDS was released” (11/30).
  • The Guardian features an interactive timeline of the global AIDS crisis over the last three decades (12/1). The newspaper also features an interactive map of HIV data over the past 20 years (11/30).
  • The Kaiser Family Foundation features a fact sheet on the global HIV/AIDS epidemic; a fact sheet on PEPFAR; an updated tutorial on the current state of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic; several slides on the status of the epidemic; and an interactive timeline of HIV/AIDS milestones (12/1).
  • ONE features a video about “a new movement [that] has formed to drive momentum toward the goal of ending the AIDS crisis by 2020: ACT V (Five), led by Leigh Blake and Paul Zeitz” (11/30).

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