UNAIDS Gap Report: 35M Have HIV, 19M of Them Don’t Know It

More of the latest stats on global AIDS:

  • 2.1 million people were newly infected with HIV in 2013.
  • New infections have dropped by 38% since 2001, with a 13% global decline over the past 3 years alone.
  • 22 million people living with HIV around the world still do not have access to lifesaving treatment.
  • Nearly 19 million people living with HIV worldwide do not know their status.
Today, 3/1, POZ Staff Celebrates Zero Discrimination Day 2014!Help us call for people worldwide to promote the right of individuals to full lives with dignity, regardless of their appearance, where they live or whom they love. Join in by downloading a butterfly, which represents transformation, at the UNAIDS website. Then take a picture of yourself holding it and post it on your social media!

Today, 3/1, POZ Staff Celebrates Zero Discrimination Day 2014!

Help us call for people worldwide to promote the right of individuals to full lives with dignity, regardless of their appearance, where they live or whom they love.

Join in by downloading a butterfly, which represents transformation, at the UNAIDS website. Then take a picture of yourself holding it and post it on your social media!

Anti-Gay Laws in Nigeria + the HIV epidemic = Potential DisasterWe’ve all heard about the new law in Nigeria that further criminalizes LGBT people, organizations and activities, as well as people who support them. Now, UNAIDS and the Global Fund are stepping up to the front lines of the fight, expressing concerns about how the laws have the potential to seriously disrupt HIV work in the region.

Anti-Gay Laws in Nigeria + the HIV epidemic = Potential Disaster

We’ve all heard about the new law in Nigeria that further criminalizes LGBT people, organizations and activities, as well as people who support them. Now, UNAIDS and the Global Fund are stepping up to the front lines of the fight, expressing concerns about how the laws have the potential to seriously disrupt HIV work in the region.