The goal of Universal Access to prevention, treatment care and support and to ensuring zero transmission of HIV in children may appear to be a daunting task. But it is achievable. The driving force for realization of this goal is the mobilization of resources for implementation.
The Global Fund has disbursed over $14 billion in 150 countries to continue the progress towards dramatically reducing the number of people who die from malaria, TB and AIDS.
Sadly and unbeknownst to many in the U.S., some of our fellow citizens are experiencing AIDS treatment rationing.