AIDS and global health
Over the past decade the AIDS response has played a major role in producing better health outcomes for people in developing countries. The response mobilizes new advocates, networks, governments and stakeholders every day for greater health outcomes. The AIDS response is leveraging the resulting political capital to move and catalyze agendas to focus on HIV, health and human rights.
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