Launch of UNAIDS Global AIDS Update 2023
Broadcasting UN Entity
UNAIDS announces that despite the many challenges there is a path that ends AIDS. In its new report The Path That Ends AIDS, UNAIDS demonstrates that there are a growing number of countries that are proving that AIDS can be ended if there is political will.
The theme of the report is that there is a path that ends AIDS that is shown to work and which the world can choose to follow. That AIDS responses succeed when they are anchored in strong political commitment translated into: Reliable and adequate funding; Following the data and evidence; Reducing inequities and discrimination that deny people services and tools that protect well-being, and Recognising the importance of community-led interventions. The Roundtable discussion, hosted by BBC correspondent Imogen Foulkes, and initiated by reflections on the report from the UNAIDS Executive Director, and HIV response leaders including affected communities, will bring leaders together from Missions, civil society, UN agencies, and other key partners from the Geneva community.