A new report from ONE is sharing news that should make everyone sit up and take notice: The world is off track in the fight to reach the beginning of the end of AIDS. And 2013 will be a critical year in determining whether it can get back on course.
The report, "The Beginning of the End? Tracking Global Commitments on AIDS", shows that while great progress has been achieved, if we maintain current levels of funding and support for HIV treatment and prevention, the beginning of the end won't be achievable until 2022.
As we approach World AIDS Day December 1--traditionally a time for reflection and remembrance, hope and optimism--here are ten facts to help reflect on the current state of AIDS around the world, as well as some reasons to be optimistic that together, with strong leadership, we can end this epidemic.