The New HIV Prevention 2025 Road Map Provides a Clear Pathway

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August 1, 2022


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This new Road Map charts a way forward for country-level actions to achieve an ambitious set of HIV prevention targets by 2025. Those targets emerged from the 2021 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS, which the United Nations General Assembly adopted in June 2021 and they are underpinned by the Global AIDS Strategy (2021–2026). The Strategy sets out the principles, approaches, priority action area and programmatic targets for the global HIV response.



The Global HIV Prevention Coalition works to accelerate progress on HIV prevention with a particular focus on countries where numbers of new HIV infections are highest or where they are rising. Created in 2017, the coalition seeks to build commitment, momentum, investment and accountability across governments, civil society, donors and the private sector to implement large-scale, high-coverage, equitable and high-quality prevention programmes that can end the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030.

The HIV Prevention 2025 Road Map offers guidance to all stakeholders who are seeking to reduce new HIV infections. All countries - whether or not they participated in the Global HIV Prevention Coalition in the past - have to intensify their HIV prevention efforts to end the AIDS epidemic. The 28 focus countries of the Coalition together accounted for almost three quarters of annual new HIV infections globally in 2020. Exceptional international and national efforts are needed in those countries.

Several countries, regions and cities are experiencing rising numbers of new HIV infections and those with ongoing, high burdens of new HIV infections are especially encouraged to implement the new Road Map and report on progress through the Global AIDS Monitoring systems.

This new Road Map charts a way forward for country-level actions (Figure 1) to achieve an ambitious set of HIV prevention targets by 2025. Those targets emerged from the 2021 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS, which the United Nations General Assembly adopted in June 2021 and they are underpinned by the Global AIDS Strategy (2021–2026). The Strategy sets out the principles, approaches, priority action area and programmatic targets for the global HIV response.

Download the HIV Prevention 2025 Road Map here (pdf)

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