UNAIDS reports that people living with HIV have been unable to access COVID-19 vaccines and HIV services throughout the pandemic.
New UNAIDS data show that dozens of countries achieved or exceeded 2020 targets set by the UN General Assembly in 2016.
For Vanessa Chaniago, a transgender woman in Jakarta, Indonesia, the first months of the pandemic were filled with fear.
A new report by the Global Fund shows COVID-19 has massively disrupted health systems and health service delivery.
On Zero Discrimination Day governments, civil society organizations and communities highlighted the urgent need to end inequalities.
- UNAIDS report shows that people living with HIV face a double jeopardy, HIV and COVID-19, while key populations and children continue to be left behind in access to HIV services
- Forty years on and new UNAIDS report gives evidence that we can end AIDS
- How the LGBTI community is surviving the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia
- New report shows massive disruption to HIV & other health services in Africa and Asia
- Global Partnership members commemorate Zero Discrimination Day around the world