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Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: Ending Inequalities and Getting on Track to End AIDS by 2030

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1.      Ending inequalities and engaging stakeholders to end AIDS

Commit to reducing annual new HIV infections to under 370,000 and annual AIDS-related deaths to under 250,000 by 2025, and eliminating all forms of HIV-related stigma and discrimination.

2.      Effective implementation of combination HIV prevention

Commit to prioritize HIV prevention and to ensure by 2025 that 95 per cent of people at risk of HIV infection, within all epidemiologically relevant groups, age groups and geographic settings, have access to and use appropriate, prioritized, person-centred and effective combination prevention options.

3.      HIV testing, treatment and viral suppression

Commit to achieve the 95–95–95 testing, treatment and viral suppression targets within all demographics and groups and geographic settings, including children and adolescents living with HIV, ensuring that, by 2025, at least 34 million people living with HIV have access to medicines, treatment and diagnostics

4.      Vertical transmission of HIV and paediatric AIDS

Commit to eliminate vertical transmission of HIV infections and end paediatric AIDS by 2025

5.      Gender equality and empowerment of women and girls

Commit to put gender equality and the human rights of all women and girls in diverse situations and conditions at the forefront of efforts to mitigate the risk and impact of HIV

6.      Community leadership

Commit to the Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS principle and to empower communities of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV, including women, adolescents and young people, to play their critical leadership roles in the HIV response

7.      Realizing human rights and eliminating stigma and discrimination

Commit to eliminating HIV-related stigma and discrimination and to respecting, protecting and fulfilling the human rights of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV, through concrete resource investment and development of guidelines and training for health-care providers

8.      Investments and resources

Commit to increasing and fully funding the HIV and AIDS response by mobilizing finance from all sources, including innovative financing, and enhancing global solidarity and increasing annual HIV investments in low- and middle-income countries to 29 billion dollars by 2025

9.      Universal health coverage and integration

Commit to accelerating integration of HIV services into universal health coverage and strong and resilient health and social protection systems, building back better in a more equitable and inclusive manner from COVID-19 and humanitarian situations, and strengthening public health and enhancing future pandemic response and preparedness

10. Data, science and innovation

Commit to strengthen and enhance the use of data, innovation, research and development, and science and technology to accelerate the end of AIDS


Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

Commit to support and leverage the 25 years of experience and expertise of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and reinforce and expand the unique multisectoral, multi-stakeholder, development and rights-based collaborative approach to end AIDS and deliver health for all as global public good.