In January 2021, the Kyrgyzstan Constitutional Court decided to exclude HIV from the list of diseases that prevent people from adopting children or becoming guardians or foster parents.
New UNDP/UNAIDS report: reforming laws and policies is essential for an effective HIV response in Asia and the Pacific
Data reported to UNAIDS by countries have been used to project the potential impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global HIV response over the next five years. Several scenarios with different durations of service disruptions of between three months…
Not a single country has adopted all 33 recommended policies—policy change is needed everywhere in order to end AIDS.
UNAIDS is strongly encouraged by new study results showing that the antiretroviral medicine cabotegravir, which is administered by injection every two months, prevents HIV among women.
- People living with HIV in Kyrgyzstan have won the right to adopt
- Legal and Policy Trends Impacting People Living with HIV and Key Populations in Asia and the Pacific 2014-2019
- UNAIDS update: COVID-19 should not be a reason to delay 2030 deadline to end AIDS as a public health threat
- 2020 Global HIV Policy Report: Policy Barriers to HIV Progress
- UNAIDS hails new results showing that long-acting injectable medicines are highly effective in preventing HIV among women