Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Topics / HIV/AIDS

Many countries have made progress in reducing the number of new HIV infections through comprehensive prevention efforts. But much work still needs to be done. New HIV infections could be significantly reduced if effective prevention programs are expanded and reach those at greatest risk of HIV infection. 

Learn more below and visit the program page for more details about our work in this area.

Motorbikes Speed Up HIV Test Results In Malawi

Improvements to Malawi’s network for transporting laboratory samples will help people living with HIV get vital test results quicker.

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A Continued Commitment to U.S. Leadership on HIV

As the world transitions from the successful implementation of an emergency response to AIDS to the equally important job of building sustained access to HIV prevention and treatment, continued leadership from PEPFAR and the Global Fund will be critical.

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Five Key Steps to Making the Health Workforce a Post-MDG Priority

The end of the Millennium Development Goals is fast approaching. Let’s make sure our next set of global commitments is sustainable by putting health workers at the center.

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A Decade of AIDS Drugs: One Life Saved Is The Story Of Millions More

Katherine Williams, GHC fellow with Reach Out Mbuya in Uganda, discusses the major advancements and lives saved since the establishment of PEPFAR, and reflects on all that can change in only ten years.

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Perspectives: Reaching and Treating People with TB and HIV

ACTION talks with African experts about what we need to do to reach, treat, and cure everyone with TB and HIV.

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