Know Your Anti-HIV Strategies 2021-2025

We are known for evidence-based, science-guided and human rights advocacy activities. Find time to read the strategic plans laid out by the International AIDS Society, a body coordinating all HIV prevention and control world-wide.

Recall that the IAS 2016-2020 strategy impacts focused on results: Promote Science; Support Action; and Empower People.

 

Within each impact area, the strategy outlines 10-year outcomes for the global HIV response that are required to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.

 

The IAS has developed its 2021-2025 Organizational Strategy with the goal of achieving a resilient, science-based, adequately funded HIV response that respects human rights and responds to the varied needs of people living with and affected by HIV.

 

It is believed that enablers for the achievement of these outcomes include advancing and protecting human rights, enacting and/or reforming non-discriminatory laws, and basing action on scientific evidence. The IAS 2021-2025 strategy sets out five-year outcomes, which are the specific responsibility of the IAS, and guiding principles that underline their achievement. These principles centre on: strengthening collaborative research, policy making and practice; applying environmentally and socially responsible policies and practices across all IAS structures and activities; and continuing to treat HIV as a global priority as the IAS responds nimbly to emerging global health threats across all of its activity areas. For more see: https://www.iasociety.org/Portals/0/Files/IAS_2021_2025_Organizational_Strategy.pdf.

 

The IAS, five-year outcomes are:

 

• Global research investment addresses key knowledge gaps based on updated research agendas to advance the most critical scientific issues, including biomedical HIV prevention, such as vaccines and long-acting technologies.

 

• Innovative methodological approaches are shared and utilized. This includes ethical engagement of stakeholders and meaningful community participation.

 

• The evidence base is strengthened through good-practice model analysis in priority areas, such as stigma reduction and a person-centred approach to living with HIV.

 

Get in the habit of reading about the plans taking us into the end of HIV/TB by 2030.


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Tom Muyunga-Mukasa
Focal Person
Catalyzing refugee integration
in host communities; dignity; protection; 
wellness promotion
integrating UHC & COVID-19 Prev; 
end TB, HIV & Malaria by 2030.

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