Economics of AIDS Reviews

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Achieving the 2025 and 2030 goals will require strong political leadership and the active engagement of people living with HIV and key and vulnerable populations across multiple sectors. Resources will need to be mobilized from both domestic and international sources. Sustainability will require different measures and approaches in diverse settings, highlighting the importance of tailoring sustainability planning and implementation for specific contexts, with existing efforts being leveraged.

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The cost of inaction is staggering. Failure to Fast-Track would mean an additional 17.6 million HIV infections globally and an additional 10.8 million AIDS-related deaths globally between 2016 and 2030.
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The AIDS response has achieved astonishing successes in the leveraging of finances. In just over a decade, global financing for AIDS increased from millions to billions, reaching highest levels ever in 2012 at US$ 19 billion.