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What is who doing to fight AIDS?

WHO is a cosponsor of the Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS). Within UNAIDS, WHO leads activities on HIV treatment and care, and HIV and TB coinfection, and jointly coordinates the work on elimination of MTCT of HIV with UNICEF. Global health sector strategy on HIV, 2016-2021

How does Nam help people with HIV?

NAM changes lives by sharing information about HIV & AIDS. We believe independent, clear and accurate information is vital in the fight against HIV & AIDS. Clear and reliable information on all aspects of HIV. All of NAM’s booklets and resources, for members of our Patient Information Scheme.

Is there a cure for HIV?

There is no cure for HIV infection. However, with increasing access to effective HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care, including for opportunistic infections, HIV infection has become a manageable chronic health condition, enabling people living with HIV to lead long and healthy lives.

What is HIV/AIDS?

What is AIDS? AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is the most severe stage of HIV (Stage 3). People with AIDS have badly damaged immune systems. They get an increasing number of severe illnesses, called opportunistic infections (OIs).

How can we fight HIV/AIDS?

LETS BUILD A PEOPLES CONTRACT TO FIGHT HIV/AIDS! The fight against HIV/AIDS has many fronts: prevention, treatment, care and support, in the context of development and poverty eradication. There is a plan, a comprehensive national strategy, based on the premise that HIV causes AIDS. The impact it is beginning to make brings a message of hope.

What is the role of the who in the fight against AIDS?

Innovation for acceleration (looking towards the future). WHO is a cosponsor of the Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS). Within UNAIDS, WHO leads activities on HIV treatment and care, and HIV and TB coinfection, and jointly coordinates the work on elimination of MTCT of HIV with UNICEF.

How are these five organizations fighting HIV and AIDS doing?

These five organizations fighting HIV and AIDS are contributing to the success of HIV and AIDS prevention as well as helping to provide antiretroviral therapy (ART) and counseling for those affected.

Is there a cure for HIV?

There is no cure for HIV infection. However, with increasing access to effective HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care, including for opportunistic infections, HIV infection has become a manageable chronic health condition, enabling people living with HIV to lead long and healthy lives.

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