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  • UNAIDS Gap Report
    • Juli 2014
    • Englisch, PDF
    • How can the gap be closed between the people moving forward and the people being left behind? This was the question that was set out to be answered in the UNAIDS Gap report. Similar to the Global report, the goal of the Gap report is to provide the best possible data, but, in addition, to give information and analysis on the people being left behind.
    • In the first report of its kind, the UNAIDS Gap report emphasizes the importance of location and population through an in-depth regional analysis of HIV epidemics and through analysis of 12 populations at higher risk of HIV. It analyses the reasons for the widening gap between people gaining access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, and people being left behind. It shows how focusing on populations that are underserved and at higher risk of HIV will be key to ending the AIDS epidemic.
    • Additional fact sheet to the Gap report 
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  • Hans Rosling on HIV: New facts and Stunning Data Visuals
    • Mai 2009
    • Hans Rosling unveils new data visuals that untangle the complex risk factors of one of the world's deadliest (and most misunderstood) diseases: HIV.
    • He argues that preventing transmissions -- not drug treatments -- is the key to ending the epidemic.

Archiv Dokumente

  • AIDS by the numbers
    • November 2013
    • PDF, englisch
    • Latest estimates from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) show that the world continues to close in on the goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by stopping HIV transmission and halting AIDS-related deaths. Remarkable progress has been made over the last decade—yet significant challenges remain.
  • Global Report: UNAIDS report on the global AIDS epidemic 2013
    • September 2013
    • PDF, englisch
    • Michel Sidibé, UNAIDS Executive Director: "We are now less than two years from the deadline for the MDGs. Over the years, the gloom and disappointments chronicled in the early editions of the UNAIDS Global report on the AIDS epidemic have given way to more promising tidings, including historic declines in AIDS-related deaths and new HIV infections and the mobilisation of unprecedented financing for HIV-related activities in low- and middle-income countries. Yet AIDS remains an unfinished MDG, underscoring the need for continued and strengthened international solidarity and determination to address this most serious of contemporary health challenges."
  • Untangling the web of antiretroviral price reductions 
    • 16th Edition – Juli 2013
    • PDF, englisch
    • The past year has seen a number of critically important advances for access to medicines, including Novartis’s loss of its seven-year legal battle against the Indian government, and further moves by developing countries to override patents in the interest of public health. At the same time, threats persist in the form of ongoing free trade agreement negotiations that could choke off the production and distribution of affordable generic medicines in developing countries, as well as in voluntary licence negotiations that continue to exclude a number of countries.
    • von Campaign for Access to Essential Medicine / MSF
  • Consolidated guidelines on general HIV care and the use of antiretroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV infection: recommendations for a public health approach
    • Juni 2013
    • PDF, englisch
    • Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General, WHO: "With this publication, WHO issues its first consolidated guidelines for the use of antiretroviral drugs to treat and prevent HIV infection. The guidelines are ambitious in their expected impact, yet simplified in their approach, and firmly rooted in evidence. They take advantage of several recent trends, including a preferred treatment regimen that has been simplified to a single fixed-dose combination pill taken once per day, which is safer and affordable. The guidelines also take advantage of evidence demonstrating the multiple benefits of antiretroviral therapy. With the right therapy, started at the right time, people with HIV can now expect to live long and healthy lives. They are also able to protect their sexual partners and infants as the risk of transmitting the virus is greatly reduced."
    • by the World Health Organization
  • Meeting Report: “An opportunity to make things new”
    • 28–29 Juni 2013 | Lilongwe, Malawi
    • PDF, englisch
    • The UNAIDS and Lancet Commission: Defeating AIDS – Advancing global health was launched in May 2013 and is co-chaired by President Joyce Banda, President of the Republic of Malawi, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission and Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Convened by UNAIDS and The Lancet and drawing from the pioneering experience of the global AIDS response, the Commission brings together Heads of State, civil society (including people living with HIV and young people), policy-makers, development experts and private-sector leaders. The Commission aims to catalyze expertise and political momentum to shape the debate on the future of health in the post-2015 development agenda and accelerate progress towards ending AIDS.
    • von der "UNAIDS and Lancet Commission: Defeating AIDS – Advancing global health"
  • UNAIDS Special Report - Update: How Africa turned AIDS around
    • Mai 2013
    • PDF, englisch
    • African Union Summit May 2013: Celebrating 50 years of African Unity
    • An African proverb teaches us that “if you want to go fast, go alone—but if you want to go far, go together”. The AIDS epidemic threatened to overcome Africa—but instead, Africa and the world have united to overcome AIDS, going farther than most ever thought possible. Today fewer people are becoming newly infected with HIV, millions are receiving HIV treatment, fewer babies are becoming infected with HIV, and Africa is investing more than ever in the AIDS response— and in the continent’s future.
  • UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report | 2012
    • November 2012
    • PDF, englisch
    • There were more than 700 000 fewer new HIV infections globally in 2011 than in 2001. Africa has cut AIDS-related deaths by one third in the past six years. And as services have been scaled up, uptake has followed. In fact, what had taken a decade before is now being achieved in 24 months. In the past two years there has been a 60% increase in the number of people accessing lifesaving treatment—8 million people are on antiretroviral therapy. In most parts of the world we have seen a reduction in new HIV infections among young people. We have a special message to you. We can all see by the results that you already are “the change we want to see in the world”.
  • UNAIDS Report 2012: Together we will end Aids
    • Juli 2012
    • Englisch, PDF
    • Yayi Boni, President of Benin and Chairperson of the African Union: "Dramatic progress made in access to HIV treatment in Africa during the past decade has transformed the lives of numerous families, strengthening the social fabric and increasing economic productivity. We can state that we have renewed hope, but there is no room for complacency. The United Nations 2011 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS called for shared responsibility and global solidarity. Africa is committed to demonstrating its leadership to sustain progress and to making the vision of an AIDS-free generation a reality."
  • UNAIDS World Aids Day Report 2011: How to get to zero. Faster. Smarter. Better.
    • November 2011
    • PDF, Englisch
    • A new report by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), released today shows that 2011 was a game changing year for the AIDS response with unprecedented progress in science, political leadership and results. The report also shows that new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths have fallen to the lowest levels since the peak of the epidemic. New HIV infections were reduced by 21% since 1997, and deaths from AIDS-related illnesses decreased by 21% since 2005.  “Even in a very difficult financial crisis, countries are delivering results in the AIDS response.” said Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS. “We have seen a massive scale up in access to HIV treatment which has had a dramatic effect on the lives of people everywhere.”
    • Fact Sheet: UNAIDS 2011 World AIDS Day report 
    • Press Release accompanying the release
    • UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS, is an innovative United Nations partnership that leads and inspires the world in achieving universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. Learn more at
  • Epidemiologisches Bulletin zum Welt-AIDS-Tag 2009
    • 30. November 2009
    • PDF, deutsch
    • Aus Anlass des Welt-AIDS-Tages wird im Epidemiologischen Bulletin zur Situation von HIV/AIDS in Deutschland berichtet. In einem weiteren Beitrag wird auf der Grundlage von Auswertungen des HIV-Melderegisters, ergänzender epidemiologischer Studien zur Bestimmung des Infektionszeitpunktes bei frisch HIV-diagnostizierten Personen, von klinischen Kohortenstudien mit HIV infizierten Patienten und von Ergebnissen aus Studien zur Verhaltenssurveillance beschrieben, wann derzeit in Deutschland HIV-Infektionen diagnostiziert werden und wann mit einer Therapie begonnen wird. Im abschließenden Beitrag werden Ergebnisse der in Thailand durchgeführten AIDS-Impfstoffstudie vorgestellt und kommentiert.
  • 2009 Aids Epidemic Update
    • November 2009
    • PDF, englisch
    • Die Zahl der Neuinfektionen sinkt um 17% über einen Zeitraum von acht Jahren - die größten Fortschritte wurden in Afrika südlich der Sahara erzielt!
    • The number of people living with HIV worldwide continued to grow in 2008, reaching an estimated 33.4 million [31.1 million–35.8 million]. The total number of people living with the virus in 2008 was more than 20% higher than the number in 2000, and the prevalence was roughly threefold higher than in 1990.
    • © Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) und World Health Organization (WHO) 2009.
  • Report on the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic 2008
    • August 2008
    • PDF, englisch
    • Achtung: 7,2 MB. Eine kürzere Zusammenfassungen und auch die druckfähige Version des Reports können direkt bei UNAIDS heruntergeladen werden.  
    • This Report was first published on a flash drive distributed at the XVII International AIDS Conference held in Mexico City, August 2008; the same first electronic edition was posted with an errata sheet at This first print edition which incorporates all corrections to the first electronic edition, and is also the current version on UNAIDS website, should be regarded as definitive.
    • von UNAIDS
  • Towards Universal Access
    • 2007
    • PDF, englisch
    •  Bericht der Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) zum aktuellen Stand der weltweiten Versorgung von Menschen, die von HIV und Aids betroffen sind, mit Behandlung, Prävention und Pflege.