UNAIDS 2011–2015 Strategy

Getting to Zero

Publication Date: 2010
Author: UNAIDS

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The world has changed fundamentally since the historic commitments to the Millennium Development Goals and the 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS were made. Prevailing political and economic orthodoxies have given way in the wake of the economic crisis. Emerging economic countries are challenging and setting global agendas.

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