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Prevention Crisis Hampering Global HIV Response -UNAIDS hiv services 1

Describing his appeal as a wake-up call to the global community, Sidib explained that partial successes in saving lives and stopping new infections - some 1.4 million since 2010 - had resulted in a lack of urgency among the Member States.
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Declining Funding Imperils HIV Prevention Research unaids 1

The report shows that in 2016, 75 percent of the overall funding totaling to US881 million out of US1.17 billion came from the US public sector- an increase of five percent from 2015. The US continued to be the major funder of HIV prevention research.
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Israeli Firm Remodels Male Circumcision Device unaids 1

An Israeli firm behind the only nonsurgical medical male circumcision is remodeling its device over tetanus risk concerns. This follows confirmation by the World Health Organisation WHO that there was a higher risk of tetanus in circumcision performed with the elastic collar compression device compared to other circumcision methods that remove the foreskin at the time of the procedure.
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UNDP Cautions Against HIV/AIDS Budget Cuts unaids 1 Top story

Now with declining funding to HIV/AIDS and low public awareness about the virus, United Nations Development Program UNDP Resident Coordinator, Rosa Mulango thinks the President is still positioned to provide leadership in bringing down infection rates and possibly bringing an end to AIDS.
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HIV Activist Protest Mandatory Implementation of Option B Plus unaids 3

Dorothy Namutamba, the Programme Officer International Community of Women living with HIV/AIDS Eastern Africa (ICWEA) says expectant mothers have virtually been denied the chance to choose on which option to be enrolled.
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UN Report: Uganda Continues To Decline In HIV Fight unaids

Uganda continues to post poor results in the fight against HIV/Aids according to a new report by the United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). The report South Africa categorises Uganda, once seen as a model in the fight against the deadly virus, among the countries with stagnating or increasing HIV incidences.
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