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Fast track: Ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030

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Geneva:UNAIDS, 2014

Ending the AIDS epidemic—four words that hold such hope and promise. Thanks to global commitment and clear goals, spurred by community activism and scientific breakthroughs, the world has halted and reversed the track of the epidemic. So
much so that today we can say these words with confidence—we will end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. But there will be no ending the AIDS epidemic without putting people first. The AIDS response has to be fast-tracked in key locations and populations. People in need must have full access to life-saving HIV treatment and prevention services. Fast-tracking the end of the AIDS epidemic is possible by working together—by fostering innovation, securing sustainable financing,
strengthening health systems and communities, ensuring commodity security, promoting human rights and ensuring access to HIV prevention and treatment services