In 2003, the United States launched the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief — the world’s largest investment in a single disease. 15 years later, what has PEPFAR accomplished and — in the face of changing demographics, threats to funding, and a new strategy — what’s in store for the battle against HIV/AIDS?
As part of an ongoing look at the legacy of PEPFAR, Engagement Editor Kate Midden and Associate Editor Adva Saldinger discuss the origins of the historical program — and how the program may evolve into the future.
• 15 years later, PEPFAR is still at war with a global epidemic
• World at risk of losing control of HIV and AIDS epidemic, PEPFAR architect says
• Is PEPFAR a Trump budget winner? Not so fast…
• Amb. Birx on PEPFAR in the Trump era
• PEPFAR to 'accelerate' implementation in 13 countries under new strategy