Publications - Released in 2013
The AIDS response in Asia and the Pacific has seen some of the world’s greatest successes. HIV infection rates have fallen in countries across the region in the past decade — significantly in some; a growing number of people are receiving life-saving HIV treatment; domestic financing for AIDS has risen; and, governments across the region are increasingly addressing stigma and discrimination related to HIV and key populations at highest risk.
This report provides an overview of the epidemic and the response in Asia and the Pacific as well as focus on critical progress and challenges in the achievement of the 10 targets, towards getting Asia and the Pacific to zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS deaths.
- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)