Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

The Russian HIV Epidemic Continues to Grow
By admin December 20, 2017

For nearly two decades, Russia has been dealing with an HIV epidemic that has explosively grown in the past five years. Although it has gone unnoticed by the rest of the world until recently, reported cases of HIV have grown by an annual 10 percent since 2012. The crisis been exacerbated for three main reasons: 

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The Fight Against AIDS Needs a Stronger Framework
By admin December 6, 2016

  This year, 1.1 million people have lost their lives because of AIDS and the disease infects still today nearly 6,000 people every day. AIDS is one of the main reasons of death among children and women in Africa. However, it is fundamental to underline the outstanding progress the International Community has made in the

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UNDP and Global Fund: Why it takes two to Fight HIV
By admin June 28, 2016

With potential of epidemic expansion of HIV in Afghanistan, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Fund signed a USD $8.7 million grant to scale-up HIV prevention measures and treatment for people most at risk of contracting the virus in Afghanistan. This Global Fund Afghanistan Program started from April 2015 and is projected

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