AIDS in era of antiretrovirals

Confronting the deadly pandemic

An estimated 800,000 people die each year from HIV/AIDS, while nearly 2 million people become newly infected with the virus.

Nearly 38 million people were living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) at the end of 2018, the majority of them in sub-Saharan Africa. While there is no cure for HIV/AIDS, a combination of drugs, known as antiretrovirals (ARVs), enable people to live longer, healthier lives. The cost of first-line drugs are now cheaper than ever, but efforts are still needed to ensure everyone who is living with HIV receives treatment. Over 14.6 million people missed out on receiving treatment in 2018.

 
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 MSF HIV Programe in Bangui, Central African Republic
Central African Republic

If you provide care, they will come

Voices from the Field 18 Jul 2016
 
South Sudan

Activity Update, May 2016

Project Update 15 Jul 2016
 
Second anniversary of the ARV programme in Khayelitsha
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No valley without shadows

13 Jul 2016
Photo Story
 
Telemedicine Ethiopia
Medical resource

Telemedicine helps to bridge the gap between remote areas and large hospitals

Project Update 13 Jul 2016
 
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HIV/AIDS

Governments at UN must address severe lack of treatment access in West and Central Africa during High-Level Meeting

Press Release 7 Jun 2016
 
Mozambique, the HIV Corridor
Mozambique

Reaching out to sex workers in the Beira corridor

Project Update 2 Jun 2016
 
MSF HIV Testing Clinic's in Conakry
Guinea

MSF's first HIV testing campaign in Conakry

Project Update 20 May 2016
 
Global

Shorter TB regimens offer new hope

Opinion 12 May 2016
 
Dec 2013 - 2015: Relentless violence in Unity State, South Sudan
South Sudan

The book that travelled too much

Project Update 11 May 2016
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Advanced HIV management in Homa Bay