In Eswatini, Botswana, South Africa and Lesotho more than 1 in 5 children are HIV-exposed but uninfected. A coordinated strategy is needed to ensure all children reach their developmental potential.
The UN's new rights focus has the potential to overhaul the punitive nature of the war on drugs.
Introducing viral load testing at health facilities can help South Africa reach the United Nations target to end AIDS.
Zimbabwe’s new president, Emmerson Mnagagwga has offered a glimmer of hope to LGBT people in the country.
Diagnosing babies with HIV as early as possible is critical to ensuring that they get onto treatment.
The proposed foreign aid cuts by US President Donald Trump will have a devastating impact on healthcare in Africa.
Thanks to universal testing and easy access to treatment, the Canadian province of British Columbia has seen a major decease in HIV-related mortality.
The 90-90-90 strategy is an attempt to get the HIV epidemic under control by adopting a ‘test and treat’ approach. This is part of the plan to eliminate AIDS by 2030.
Enough tiptoeing around: without ending state discrimination, we have little hope of stopping HIV and AIDS.
Globally, the health community is moving to a point where there could be zero new HIV infections or deaths. But it has been a long road.