Organizations Call On International Community To Take More Action On HIV Treatment Access, Fill Gaps In Global AIDS Response

AIDS Healthcare Foundation: AHF Urges World Leaders not to Waver in the War on AIDS Ahead of the Argentina G20 Summit
“Despite claims that some countries are winning their battles against HIV and with global AIDS funding in decline, the G20 must do all it can to ensure the Global Fund is fully funded and hard-won progress is preserved…” (Mills, 11/29).

Médecins Sans Frontières: Pharmaceutical corporations are failing children with HIV
“Ahead of a Vatican City meeting on scaling up HIV diagnosis and treatment for children, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) criticized pharmaceutical companies for their delays and failure to develop appropriate formulations of HIV medicines for children. Developing countries are struggling to provide HIV-positive children with World Health Organization (WHO)-recommended treatments, because pediatric versions of these antiretroviral drugs are not available where they are needed…” (11/29).

Médecins Sans Frontières: UNAIDS report overlooks significant aspects of the global HIV response
“UNAIDS’ World AIDS Day 2018 report is selectively silent on persistently high AIDS mortality and looming treatment rationing in light of donor disengagement…” (11/29).

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