Inequalities hamper efforts to end AIDS


UNEQUAL access to rights, services, science and resources is holding back the end of AIDS and jeopardising the health security of everyone, according to the new UNAIDS report titled “Dangerous Inequalities”.

New HIV infections in epidemics that are concentrated among key populations are not declining globally. We cannot end AIDS among key populations unless we effectively address the societal factors that increase their vulnerability and block their ability to access services.

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