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status & challenges of the epidemic
Level 2 - Details on AIDS
Introduction: global targets on HIV/AIDS
What are the worldwide trends in the HIV/AIDS epidemic?
How many people are affected worldwide?
How has the epidemic evolved in heavily affected regions?
How has the epidemic evolved in less affected regions?
How has HIV prevention and treatment evolved since 2001?
Has HIV Prevention improved?
Do those in need have access to treatment and care?
Are human rights and vulnerable populations sufficiently protected?
Is AIDS sufficiently grounded in human rights?
What has been done to reduce vulnerability to HIV infection?
What has been done in terms of funding and research?
What has been achieved in terms of HIV/AIDS funding?
What research efforts have been made?
What strategies are recommended by UNAIDS to halt and reverse the epidemic?
Recommendation #1: Sustain and increase commitment and leadership
Recommendation #2: Sustain and increase financing
Recommendation #3: Aggressively address AIDS-related stigma and discrimination
What should be done to improve prevention and access to treatment?
How can AIDS prevention be strengthened?
How can treatment access be expanded?
How can human resources and systems be strengthened?
How can HIV prevention and treatment become more available and affordable?
What are the main needs in the field of research and development?
How can the broader social impact of AIDS be countered?
Conclusion on progress made in the fight against AIDS
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1. Introduction: global targets on HIV/AIDS
2. What are the worldwide trends in the HIV/AIDS epidemic?
3. How has HIV prevention and treatment evolved since 2001?
4. Are human rights and vulnerable populations sufficiently protected?
5. What has been done in terms of funding and research?
6. What strategies are recommended by UNAIDS to halt and reverse the epidemic?
7. What should be done to improve prevention and access to treatment?
8. Conclusion on progress made in the fight against AIDS
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