Private Sector Involvement Critical To Successful Multi-Sectoral Approach To Ending AIDS, Experts Say

UNAIDS: Ending AIDS is everyone’s business
Gunilla Carlsson, UNAIDS executive director, a.i., and Nancy Wildfeir-Field, president of GBCHealth, discuss the importance of businesses’ involvement in a multi-sectoral approach to ending AIDS. They write, “Governments, intergovernmental organizations, civil society, and businesses each possess important, unique, and complementary resources and capabilities to contribute to the global AIDS response. When different sectors succeed in combining those assets, the potential for greater impact increases significantly…” (9/10).

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