SA Truck Drivers get free health screening

16 January 2018

Engen Driver Wellness brought well being to the front seat for South Africa’s truck drivers in 2017 by providing them with free health screenings.

Progress on the 'Third 90' target is not a reliable guide to HIV transmission potential, South African study shows

13 December 2017

Measuring the proportion of people with an undetectable viral load may be lulling health policymakers into a false sense of security in their efforts to control HIV transmission through comprehensive treatment, according to a

ART reduces prevalence of cervical infection with high-risk HPV, pre-cancerous cell changes and cervical cancer

4 December 2017

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is associated with a lower prevalence of high-risk cervical human papillomavirus (HPV) infection in women with HIV, according to the results of a meta-analysis published in The Lancet

Global ministerial conference ends with adoption of the Moscow Declaration to End TB

23 November 2017

A global ministerial conference held in Moscow, Russian Federation, on 16 and 17 November that united more than 1000 participants, including 75 ministers and 114 country delegations, concluded with the adoption of the 

UNAIDS announces nearly 21 million people living with HIV now on treatment

20 November 2017

New report from UNAIDS highlights the right to health as the key to ending AIDS

Recognising gender violence is key to ending HIV

17 October 2017

Everyone has heard of the different ways that HIV can spread: unprotected sex, sharing needles and childbirth to name a few. But, there is another dangerous perpetrator of HIV that is less obvious: violence against women.

SHARE newsletter: PEPFAR's 'Road Map' for HIV prevention ... an upcoming webinar on managing viral load results ... new AGYW guidance ... and more!

30 October 2017

New Resource: PEPFAR's HIV Prevention 2020 Road Map: Accelerating HIV Prevention to Reduce New Infections by 75%

Self-testing app to be introduced across 60 cities with high HIV rates

24 October 2017

New technologies have the potential to dramatically alter the course of the HIV epidemic, by providing creative solutions to age-old problems. While we have the knowledge to prevent and treat HIV – we fall short in getting people aware of their status. The new HIVSmart!

IHME releases second annual report on the Sustainable Development Goal indicators

18 October 2017

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington is releasing new findings related to the Sustainable Development Goals in a scientific paper, a data visualization tool, and a report produced in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.