News on HIV & AIDS

1 July 2013
In the News
Current population dynamics in Europe, North America and Central Asia must be seen as an opportunity, not a threat, senior officials of UNFPA and the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) said at the opening of the... Read more
12 March 2013
In the News
NEW YORK — How much progress has the global AIDS response made in ensuring that women and girls live their lives free from violence? What are the next steps needed to strengthen the challenge to gender-based violence... Read more
28 November 2012
News
GENEVA—A new World AIDS Day report: Results, by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) shows that unprecedented acceleration in the AIDS response is producing results for people. The report shows that a... Read more
25 July 2012
In the News
WASHINGTON, DC – A White House forum yesterday between administration officials and faith leaders took stock of the faith-based response to HIV and explored partnerships between faith communities and governments to... Read more
16 July 2012
News
ADDIS ABABA -- UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin today called on African First Ladies to use their positions and voices to stop early child marriage and teenage pregnancy. In a speech read on his behalf... Read more
19 July 2012
News
A few days before the 19th International AIDS Conference opens  next week, UNAIDS has launched Together We Will End AIDS, which reports a 20 per cent reduction in the new cases of HIV compared to 2001. AIDS killed 1.7... Read more
24 July 2012
News
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- There is a renewed emphasis on condoms during the International AIDS Conference this week as a campaign promoting their use and availability has been re-launched during the event, with the... Read more
9 July 2012
News
JUBA, Republic of South Sudan -- One year ago, the streets of this dusty town erupted in jubilation as South Sudan gained its independence. Despite of the exuberance that accompanied the birth of the world’s newest... Read more
18 July 2012
News
KAMPALA, Uganda --- After a 400-kilometre flight past the expanding suburbs of Kampala that give way to lush fields and hills, a small aircraft carrying a group of journalists and a photographer landed on the dirt... Read more
20 July 2012
News
WASHINGTON, D. C. --- More than 25,000 participants are expected to converge on Washington for the 19th International AIDS Conference. But in the relative calm before the storm of people, plenaries, panels and posters,... Read more

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