Ways to Move Global AIDS Response Forward
February 25, 2011
In his 2011 letter to partners (.pdf), UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe "outlines a set of six new frontiers to move the global AIDS response forward: The democratization of the response; making the law work for not against AIDS; reducing the upward trajectory of programme costs; making funding for AIDS a shared responsibility; making the AIDS movement a bridge to development; and fostering scientific innovation for HIV prevention and treatment," UNAIDS writes. According to the post, Sidibe in the letter expands upon how each of the highlighted frontiers are dependent on the others (2/18).
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