WHO at Mexico 2008
The International AIDS Conference is held every two years and brings together some 25 000 scientists, government representatives, health workers, activists, corporate leaders, and people living with HIV/AIDS. It is an opportunity to share new scientific research and engage in dialogue concerning the global response to HIV/AIDS. The theme of this year's conference was 'Universal action now,' emphasizing the need for continued commitment on the part of all stakeholders contributing to the global response to HIV/AIDS - including WHO.
The definitive 'one-stop shop' designed to help countries, donors and other stakeholders expand and improve their response to one of the greatest health-care challenges of our time.More information
Impressive strides have been made with new directed funding streams to HIV/AIDS and other disease-specific programmes, such as tuberculosis, malaria, immunization, polio and onchocerciasis.More information
The launch of the policy guidelines for collaborative TB and HIV services for injecting and other drug users.More information