HIV and the key players
Key Correspondents bring the global to the local by reporting how decisions made by governments, international donors, multilateral and bilateral agencies and the private sector affect people's attempts to stay healthy.
KCs also examine the way international agreements such as the Millennium Development Goals and Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights impact on communities most affected by HIV.
On 13 February, civil society organisations and partners met in Malawi met to develop a civil society priorities charter in the response to HIV and TB. more
Zambia and Swaziland develop advocacy roadmaps to ensure campaigns to change behavior are central to their countries’ response to HIV. more
Malawi’s health sector is grappling with a serious lack of trained health care staff that could have an impact on its plans to reach a greater number of HIV-positive Malawians with antiretroviral therapy. more
A Zambian deputy minister of health has admitted rationing HIV treatment but blames UNICEF for the delay in making the lifesaving drugs available. more
At an international conference in Thailand, a number of countries in Asia Pacific are showing their commitment to domestic investment for HIV more
Health ministers made their commitment at a meeting held alongside the International Conference on Family Planning more
Concerns over a decrease in HIV/AIDS financing and donor prioritisation were expressed during a recent meeting of Irish civil society and the Global Fund for HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria. more
One year on from the launch of the Abuja+12 roadmap to address AIDS, TB and malaria in Africa, what progress has been made? more