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How AIDS Changed Everything
Abstract:
Audacious and seemingly out of reach in 2000, the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aspiration now seems small and meek when compared to the sustainable development goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.Back in 2000, AIDS was described as a “runaway express.” Catching up with the epidemic and slowing its growth would be a major achievement. Its inclusion in the MDG goals was in itself a notable feat, as many leaders did not want to include AIDS for fear of failure.In 2000, limited by the data available at that time, UNAIDS estimated that there were 34.3 million people living with HIV.Very few people in low- and middle-income countries, with the exception of Brazil, were accessing life-saving antiretroviral treatment. In fact, the number of people receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa barely reached 10 000, and this was largely due to a pilot programme testing the feasibility of providing treatment in resource-poor health settings—such was the disbelief in the world’s capacity to act. #AIDS #EPIDEMIC SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT #SDGs #SDGs2015 #MDGs
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, HIV INFECTIONS, HIV/AIDS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, BLOOD SAFETY, DISCRIMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, DRUG ADDICTS, TRANSGENDER PERSONS, CHRONIC DISEASES, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, PUBLIC HEALTH, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL, CULTURE, MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS, SOCIAL PROTECTION, SOCIAL SECURITY, GAYS, HOMOSEXUALS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2015)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
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Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
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How AIDS Changed Everything
Abstract:
Audacious and seemingly out of reach in 2000, the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aspiration now seems small and meek when compared to the sustainable development goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.Back in 2000, AIDS was described as a “runaway express.” Catching up with the epidemic and slowing its growth would be a major achievement. Its inclusion in the MDG goals was in itself a notable feat, as many leaders did not want to include AIDS for fear of failure.In 2000, limited by the data available at that time, UNAIDS estimated that there were 34.3 million people living with HIV.Very few people in low- and middle-income countries, with the exception of Brazil, were accessing life-saving antiretroviral treatment. In fact, the number of people receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa barely reached 10 000, and this was largely due to a pilot programme testing the feasibility of providing treatment in resource-poor health settings—such was the disbelief in the world’s capacity to act. #AIDS #EPIDEMIC SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT #SDGs #MDGs
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, HIV INFECTIONS, HIV/AIDS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, BLOOD SAFETY, DISCRIMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, DRUG ADDICTS, TRANSGENDER PERSONS, CHRONIC DISEASES, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, PUBLIC HEALTH, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL, CULTURE, MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS, SOCIAL PROTECTION, SOCIAL SECURITY, GAYS, HOMOSEXUALS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2015)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 3.18 MB   Download
Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
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How AIDS Changed Everything
Abstract:
Audacious and seemingly out of reach in 2000, the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aspiration now seems small and meek when compared to the sustainable development goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.Back in 2000, AIDS was described as a “runaway express.” Catching up with the epidemic and slowing its growth would be a major achievement. Its inclusion in the MDG goals was in itself a notable feat, as many leaders did not want to include AIDS for fear of failure.In 2000, limited by the data available at that time, UNAIDS estimated that there were 34.3 million people living with HIV.Very few people in low- and middle-income countries, with the exception of Brazil, were accessing life-saving antiretroviral treatment. In fact, the number of people receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa barely reached 10 000, and this was largely due to a pilot programme testing the feasibility of providing treatment in resource-poor health settings—such was the disbelief in the world’s capacity to act.
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, HIV INFECTIONS, HIV/AIDS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, BLOOD SAFETY, DISCRIMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, DRUG ADDICTS, TRANSGENDER PERSONS, CHRONIC DISEASES, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, PUBLIC HEALTH, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL, CULTURE, MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS, SOCIAL PROTECTION, SOCIAL SECURITY, GAYS, HOMOSEXUALS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2015)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 3.18 MB   Download
Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Auditor:
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How AIDS Changed Everything
Abstract:
Audacious and seemingly out of reach in 2000, the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aspiration now seems small and meek when compared to the sustainable development goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.Back in 2000, AIDS was described as a “runaway express.” Catching up with the epidemic and slowing its growth would be a major achievement. Its inclusion in the MDG goals was in itself a notable feat, as many leaders did not want to include AIDS for fear of failure.In 2000, limited by the data available at that time, UNAIDS estimated that there were 34.3 million people living with HIV.Very few people in low- and middle-income countries, with the exception of Brazil, were accessing life-saving antiretroviral treatment. In fact, the number of people receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa barely reached 10 000, and this was largely due to a pilot programme testing the feasibility of providing treatment in resource-poor health settings—such was the disbelief in the world’s capacity to act.
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, HIV INFECTIONS, HIV/AIDS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, BLOOD SAFETY, DISCRIMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, DRUG ADDICTS, TRANSGENDER PERSONS, CHRONIC DISEASES, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, PUBLIC HEALTH, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL, CULTURE, MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS, SOCIAL PROTECTION, SOCIAL SECURITY, GAYS, HOMOSEXUALS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2015)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 3.18 MB   Download
Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: PRAGYA POKHAREL@GMAIL COM, Auditor:
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How AIDS Changed Everything
Abstract:
Audacious and seemingly out of reach in 2000, the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) aspiration now seems small and meek when compared to the sustainable development goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.Back in 2000, AIDS was described as a “runaway express.” Catching up with the epidemic and slowing its growth would be a major achievement. Its inclusion in the MDG goals was in itself a notable feat, as many leaders did not want to include AIDS for fear of failure.In 2000, limited by the data available at that time, UNAIDS estimated that there were 34.3 million people living with HIV.Very few people in low- and middle-income countries, with the exception of Brazil, were accessing life-saving antiretroviral treatment. In fact, the number of people receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa barely reached 10 000, and this was largely due to a pilot programme testing the feasibility of providing treatment in resource-poor health settings—such was the disbelief in the world’s capacity to act.
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY,CONDOMS, HIV INFECTIONS, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, HIV INFECTIONS, HIV/AIDS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, BLOOD SAFETY, DISCRIMINATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, DRUG ADDICTS, TRANSGENDER PERSONS, GAYS, HOMOSEXUALS, CHRONIC DISEASES, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2015)
Thesaurus:
10.03.02 - Diseases And Carriers Of Diseases
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Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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