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Blog entries tagged: World AIDS Day

  • Posted by Grace Virtue, Ph.D. on Dec 01, 2016  | 

    World AIDS Day, observed December 1st, is an opportunity both to call attention to the continuing challenges to end infections globally, and in the case of Haiti, to shed new light on the link between poverty, the prevalence of HIV/AIDS and other diseases, and the need for deep and coordinated efforts across the issues. Read more

  • Ending the TB Epidemic

    Re-energizing HIV Prevention

    Posted by ACTION Guest on Nov 30, 2016  | 

    In a World AIDS Day blog post, the Global Fund's Mark Dybul writes that "[a]n indispensable element of our efforts to end HIV as an epidemic — prevention — is lagging too far behind." While an impressive 18 million people are now on HIV treatment, "to end HIV as an epidemic, we must re-energize the HIV movement with a comprehensive approach that includes medical prevention methods and," he argues, must "address cultural and structural factors that put people at risk and undermine access to services." Read more

  • Posted by Kolleen Bouchane on Nov 30, 2012  | 

    ACTION Director Kolleen Bouchane discusses the release of the U.S. Blueprint for an AIDS-Free Generation and its implications for fighting HIV and TB. Read more

  • Posted by Angela Pereira on Nov 29, 2012  | 

    The sun never sets on the ACTION partnership - especially not on World AIDS Day! From Australia to the U.S - and in many countries between - ACTION partners are working to ensure the public, media, and policy makers take steps to make the end of AIDS, and it's deadly partner tuberculosis, a reality. Read more

  • Ending the TB Epidemic

    How To End a Plague

    Posted by ACTION Guest on Nov 28, 2012  | 

    RESULTS groups are hosting 41 screenings of the film, How to Survive a Plague, using the movie to spark a discussion not about how to END a plague. Read more