Positive gains: promoting greater impact on health through HIV and AIDS programming
08 October 2012
The latest policy paper from the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development focuses on how the global community can learn from the response to HIV and AIDS to galvanize our approach to global health.<br />
The policy paper identifies the HIV response as one of the most successful and innovative of recent global movements, with the potential to champion a more integrated and collaborative response to global public health issues.
It explores the ways in which the HIV response has reverberated across health systems, playing a key role in improving access to vital health services and medicines, highlighting and addressing the shortcomings of national and local health systems, improving quality of care and helping to decrease stigma of marginalised populations.