Reflecting on the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia, JSI’s Helen Cornman highlights the increasingly important role that social support will play moving forward in the global fight against HIV.
Andrew Fullem, Director of the JSI and World Education Center for HIV & AIDS, breaks down the main themes and calls to action of the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
A first timer to the International AIDS Conference and to Melbourne, JSI’s Ed Wilson shares his a few of his first impressions.
In the last 10 years, great strides have been made in the global fight against HIV. However, to achieve further success, the successful strategies of the past must be altered.
Logistics is a topic that often goes unmentioned during high-level discussions on HIV strategy, however implications of all strategies on the supply chain of essential HIV commodities must be carefully considered in order to achieve success.
Samson Kironde, Chief of Party of the STAR-EC project in Uganda, argues that the end of HIV is within our reach, but immediate and persistent action must be taken to break down the cultural, societal, and structural barriers that remain obstructions to that goal.
Presenters and exhibitors at the International AIDS conference in Melbourne demonstrate the vast diversity of people and initiatives dedicated to the global fight against HIV.
Writing from the 20th International AIDS Conference, JSI’s Malia Duffy discusses the particular challenges faced by adolescents living with HIV and shares the main points of the Youth Action Plan–a strategy devised by a consortium of HIV-positive adolescents during a planning session in Melbourne.
JSI Senior Care and Treatment Advisor Bisola Ojikutu summarizes clinical breakthroughs in the field of HIV from the 20th International AIDS Society Conference.
In 2014, science has given us reason to believe that the world will one day be without AIDS, but there are still many structural barriers to topple before we get there.