New HIV/AIDS political declaration seeks to end inequalities and get on track to end AIDS by 2030 – World


Member States at the High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS adopted a Political Declaration in order to get the world on track to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.

Re-committing to urgent action over the next five years, Member States agreed to:

  • reduce annual new HIV infections to under 370 000 and annual AIDS-related deaths to under 250 000 by 2025, ending pediatric AIDS and eliminating all forms of HIV-related stigma and discrimination.

  • achieve the 95–95–95 testing, treatment and viral suppression targets within all demographics and groups and geographic settings, including children and adolescents living with HIV, ensuring that by 2025, at least 34 million people living with HIV access to medicines, treatment and diagnostics.

  • ensure that 95% of people at risk of HIV infection, are protected against pandemics, including COVID-19 and have access to HIV prevention options by 2025.

  • eliminate all forms of sexual and gender-based…

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