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The role of communities in ending AIDS by 2030

The 37th UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) meeting agreed that the theme for the Thematic Segment of the 38th meeting to be held in June 2016 would be: The role of communities in ending AIDS by 2030.

Communities have been at the forefront of HIV responses since the beginning of the epidemic and, in almost every country, the first response to the AIDS epidemic came from people living with HIV, their families and communities, by organizing themselves to care for those in need and to push for an expanded response to the epidemic. In most countries, these early civil society initiatives were the foundations on which national responses were built

Thematic Segment

Publication date

7 June 2016

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