December 1st is the World AIDS Day. Despite recent advances on treatment and prevention projects, women are still missing in policies to fight and prevent HIV/AIDS.
Check out some relevant news, position papers and other documents released on the date in 2011.
On the News
> Global fund-supported programs see strong results amid funding challenges (The Global Fund to fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria)
> We Could End AIDS, But Will We? (Blog Open Society)
> Hillary’s AIDS Plan Missed a Key Idea: Women (Womens’ E-news)
> It’s World Aids Day, but Where are the Ribbons? (The Huffington Post)
> On World Aids Day – Go Out and Get Tested (The Huffington Post)
> Health fund urges donors not to abandon patients (CBS News)
> World AIDS Day: Getting 2.7 million down to zero (photos) (The Washington Post)
> Cuba Celebrates World AIDS Day (Prensa Latina)
> UNAIDS names Brazil model country in the fight against HIV/AIDS (Deutsche Welle)
Campaigns and Mobilizations
> World AIDS Day 2011: Getting To Zero, Lacey Patch