What does building resilience in HIV programming mean? Chemonics explains why ensuring local partners have the data, capacity, and tools is critical to effectively managing and monitoring the HIV response.
Devex speaks with Peter Sands, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly about how the institution is evolving to help deliver universal health coverage.
Winnie Byanyima is the first woman to lead UNAIDS, while Adewale Adeyemo becomes the first president of the Obama Foundation.
Winnie Byanyima is selected as the next UNAIDS executive director, and new treatments for Ebola and drug-resistant TB provide breakthroughs.
Winnie Byanyima will be the next leader of UNAIDS, beating out four male candidates for the top job, the agency announced Wednesday.
Ahead of PEPFAR's release of its 2019 country operational plans, our senior development analyst speaks with global HIV/AIDS response experts about how implementing partners can best harness COP data.
The U.N. aids agency is fighting for its future. Will its next leader have what it takes?
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has set the bar high for its sixth round of replenishment at $14 billion. Devex talks to former director Mark Dybul about the target.
The shortlist for the next UNAIDS executive director is out.
PEPFAR priority countries that are failing to hit targets are facing unprecedented cuts to their budgets this year.
To help understand PEPFAR's evolving business model, Devex digs into the available data to uncover key issues and trends shaping PEPFAR activities in Nigeria and Zambia.
The expanded gag rule has impeded the ability of PEPFAR implementing partners to provide full sexual and reproductive health services, disrupting the provision of contraception and HIV services.
The leader of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus makes the case for a strong, well-funded Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The U.N. AIDS agency is battling a leadership crisis following a report on sexual abuse, bullying, and abuse of power at the institution. It is unclear how it will recover.
As U.S. Congress reauthorized the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, Trump administration officials voiced support for PEPFAR and announced new funding commitments. That doesn't mean they won't try again to slash the initiative's budget next year.
At this week’s International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, global health care company Abbott rolls out a new point-of-care diagnostic test for HIV/AIDS designed to work in remote and under-resourced settings. The organization's Dr. Kuku Appiah tells Devex how this has the potential to accelerate treatment, prevent transmission, monitor the emergence of drug resistance, and overall, contribute to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals.
On PEPFAR's 15th anniversary, Devex spoke to Chip Lyons, president and CEO of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, about how the initiative has transformed U.S. global health, and where it goes from here.
The HIV and AIDS epidemic could become uncontained if current funding trends continue, warned one of the founding architects of the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.