Philanthropic Funders Should Increase Support For HIV/AIDS Response Efforts

Health Affairs Blog: It’s Not Time To Celebrate Yet: How The Rise In HIV Funding Tells A Deeper Story
John Barnes, executive director of Funders Concerned About AIDS, discusses donor government and philanthropic funding for HIV, writing, “Philanthropic funding for HIV/AIDS tells a classic good news/bad news story. The overall level of funding is at an all-time high, but there are signs of waning commitment and the broader landscape is deeply concerning. … Now, more than ever, the philanthropic sector must increase support and build upon its unique abilities to respond to HIV and AIDS” (2/22).

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