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Month: February 2017

ABDGN ENDORSES U=U (Undetectable = Untransmissable) CONSENSUS STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE PREVENTION ACCESS CAMPAIGN

The consensus statement on risk of sexual transmission of HIV from a person living with HIV who has an undetectable viral load is a game changer in how we understand and address HIV risk and transmission amongst key populations within the African and Black Diaspora. Now more then ever, knowing your status, starting treatment, and having community and structural factors that support treatment adherence are essential.

The Prevention Access Campaign collaborates with nonprofits, government agencies, and HIV prevention advocates who share the common goals to end HIV transmissions and HIV related stigma by empowering people with accurate and meaningful information.  

CLICK here to read the consensus statement

CLICK here to learn more about the U=U campaign

JOIN THE CONVERSATION! VIRTUAL STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS ON FUTURE OF UNAIDS JOINT PROGRAMME. DEADLINE FEBRUARY 10

UNAIDS has put together a Global Review Panel to make recommendations on how to make UNAIDS  sustainable and relevant in the fight against HIV and AIDS.

The stakeholder consultations are FREE and OPEN to everyone to participate.

ABDGN encourages our stakeholders and community members from migrant, refugee and the African/Black Diaspora to make contributions to this critical global consultation effort. Please share with your networks and together we can tell UNAIDS how to make the HIV response more inclusive, sustainable and effective.

CLICK HERE to learn more and share your inputs!

2016 African Black Diaspora Global Network Financial support for this initiative was made available by Core Funding - 2013153 from the Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks by the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund