This comprehensive report has been prepared with the objective to map the available evidences on impact on climate change on HIV responses and identify key research priorities through an evidence gap - map approach.

This brief report summarizes recent information on HIV drug resistance (HIVDR) in the era of integrase-strand transfer inhibitors (INSTI) for HIV prevention and treatment. In this report, WHO documents high levels of HIV viral load suppression (>90%) in populations receiving dolutegravir (DTG)-containing antiretroviral therapy (ART).

Nearly 98,000 adolescent girls aged 10-19 were infected with HIV in 2022 – or 1,900 new infections every week – according to UNICEF’s latest Global Snapshot on Children with HIV and AIDS, released ahead of World AIDS Day.

This report makes clear that there is a path to end AIDS. Taking that path will help ensure preparedness to address other pandemic challenges, and advance progress across the Sustainable Development Goals. The data and real-world examples in the report make it very clear what that path is. It is not a mystery. It is a choice.

The Global Action Plan on HIV drug resistance 2017–2021 provided a comprehensive framework for global and country action and outlined a package of interventions and resources to guide the collective response to HIV drug resistance.

Fully financing the HIV response in Africa will produce substantial health, social and economic gains for the continent, this new report backed by the UN agency devoted to ending AIDS (UNAIDS) has revealed.

The indicators and questions in this document are designed for use by national AIDS programmes and partners to assess the state of a country’s HIV and AIDS response, and to measure progress towards achieving national HIV targets.

Analysis by the UN ahead of World AIDS Day reveals that inequalities are obstructing the end of AIDS. On current trends the world will not meet agreed global targets on AIDS. But the new UNAIDS report, Dangerous Inequalities, shows that urgent action to tackle inequalities can get the AIDS response on track.

This report analyses the intersection of HIV, COVID-19 and public debt in developing countries. The collision between COVID-19 and a crippling debt crisis have reversed decades of progress - putting present and future investments in health and HIV at risk. Pragmatic options to address the pandemic triad are proposed.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS & Others Vs Union of India & Others.

The petitioners have submitted that:

(i) There are shortages in the procurement of antiretroviral drugs (ART) drugs in India