Designing More Effective Programs to Prevent HIV Transmission
The aids2031 Consortium
If the picture of AIDS is to be substantially more favorable in 2031 than it is today, markedly greater progress is required in preventing new infections. Given the rate at which the pandemic itself is outpacing programmatic scale-up, incremental improvements will not suffice. Prevention programs will need to have radically greater impact in the coming years if a sense of achievement, rather than despair, is to mark the 50th anniversary of the first report of AIDS.
Ensuring success over the next generation demands immediate steps to reverse the historic underinvestment in HIV prevention. Current spending on HIV prevention represents roughly one-third of the ...