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ON THE FAST-TRACK TO END AIDS

ALREADY 15 MILLION PEOPLE ARE ACCESSING LIFE-SAVING HIV TREATMENT. NEW HIV INFECTIONS HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY 35% SINCE 2000 AND AIDS-RELATED DEATHS HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY 42% SINCE THE PEAK IN 2004.

The world is on the Fast-Track to end AIDS. To end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals will require investment, commitment and innovation to be accelerated.


The Fast-Track approach as defined by UNAIDS includes: 

    • Front-loads investments.
    • Focuses on the locations, populations and programmes that deliver the greatest impact.
    • Catalyses innovation for people who need it most.
    • Engages local leadership for targeted, sustained and accountable responses.
    • Creates new partnerships.
    • Stands firm on human rights.
    • Delivers results that leave no one behind.

Fast-Track will change the lives of millions of people around the world. We have a fragile window of opportunity—just five short years to break the epidemic.

On this World AIDS Day, join us on the Fast-Track to end AIDS.

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