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  • The Gap Report
    In the first report of its kind the UNAIDS Gap report analyzes the reasons for the widening gap between people gaining access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, and people being left behind. It shows how focusing on populations that are underserved and at higher risk for HIV will be key to ending the AIDS epidemic. To read the report click here
  • Malala Day
    Malala Day is observed this year on July 14. To celebrate Malala Day, the global community has come together to highlight the leading role that youth can play in enabling all children to get an education. To join the conversation on twitter follow #STRONGERTHAN and #MalalaDay. Learn more about Malala Day through her official website
  • Roll Back Malaria’s Progress & Impact Series launches at UN Headquarters
    Against the background of the annual High-Level Segment of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York, health and development leaders from the UN and diplomatic communities launched a new report, titled “The Contribution of Malaria Control to Maternal and Newborn Health.” This latest report in the Roll Back Malaria’s Progress & Impact Series is co-authored by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and shares evidence that intermittent preventive malaria treatment during pregnancy and the use of insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs) can reduce the risk of dying from malaria within the first 28 days of life by 18%. To learn more click here.