U.S. Agencies Recognize World AIDS Day

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: World AIDS Day 2016 Leadership Statement
In a statement recognizing World AIDS Day, Shannon Hader, director of the CDC’s Division of Global HIV & TB, says, “Today, and every day, we stand with our U.S. government colleagues and partners around the world in affirming our leadership and commitment in addressing HIV worldwide for even greater impact” (11/28).

PEPFAR: PEPFAR Is Saving Lives and Changing the Course of the Epidemic
This press release discusses PEPFAR’s progress in responding to HIV/AIDS globally, highlighting that “[n]ew PEPFAR data show for the first time that the AIDS epidemic is becoming controlled in older adults and babies in three key African countries — Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe — where the program has significantly invested” (12/1).

The White House: Fact Sheet: World AIDS Day 2016
This fact sheet describes U.S. efforts to respond to the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, as well as highlights the release of the White House’s 2016 progress report on implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (11/30).

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