From the very outset of the global AIDS epidemic, resources have been a problem.
HIV did not have to become a global pandemic.
Addressing sexual violence is critical to creating healthy societies and to ending the spread of HIV.
There are now nearly ten million people in treatment in low- and middle-income countries, the great majority of them in Africa.
From the moment AIDS-Free World was created, we fought for the establishment of a new international agency for women. That's three full, unrelenting years.
Any AIDS response that does not address women’s realities head-on is doomed to fail.