UNAIDS Announces New Strategy To End AIDS Epidemic By 2030

UNAIDS: UNAIDS Board adopts bold and ambitious strategy to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030
In a press release, UNAIDS announces its new 2016-2021 Strategy and states that the strategy “is one of the first in the United Nations system to be aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals, which set the framework for global development policy over the next 15 years, including ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.” The release quotes UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé, who notes the strategy “obliges us to address the critical linkages between health, injustice, inequality, poverty, and conflict” (10/30).

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