Global HIV Prevention Progress Report Card 2010

Since 2002, the Global HIV Prevention Working Group has issued regular reports on key topics relating to HIV prevention. These reports have included a range of high-priority recommendations to key stakeholders. To promote transparency and accountability in the HIV response, the Working Group analyzed publicly available data and surveyed Working Group members to assess the degree to which the Working Group's recommendations have been implemented. Bringing existing HIV prevention strategies to scale – focusing the right interventions at the right scale on the right populations – would avert half or more of all HIV infections projected to occur by 2015 (Futures Institute, 2007). Unfortunately, the Working Group’s analysis of available data indicates that the world is currently doing a poor job of implementing sound, evidence-based, well-planned HIV prevention programs. None of
the sectors studied – national governments, international donors, multilateral agencies, prevention researchers, the private sector, and civil society – receives strong grades on its respective HIV prevention efforts. While the analysis undertaken by the Global HIV Prevention Working Group represents the most comprehensive canvassing of available information on the quality of HIV prevention efforts undertaken to date, the often-poor quality of available data is striking.

Published 2012-07-03

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Publication year
2012
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pdf, 17p.
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Reports

Document Information

Publication year
2012
Format
pdf, 17p.
Creative Commons License
None
Content Type
Reports