The International HIV/AIDS Alliance report on the Global Fund crisis

On the 8th of May of 2012, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance has launched a report referring to HIV, drug use and harm reduction programmes in relation to the Global Fund, the biggest funder of harm reduction and drug use programmes globally.

More precisely, the report ‘HIV, drug use and the Global Fund: Don’t Stop Now!’ describes the substantial benefits which have been offered by the Global Fund to many countries and have opened the way for an effective application of harm reduction programmes and subsequently demonstrates that a crisis in the Global Fund, followed by big cuts in funding and the implementation of the so-called ‘55% rule’ would be a disaster for those countries that have prevalent HIV rates and need immediate help.

You can read the full article here.

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