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Year: 
2017
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Right to Health

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UNAIDS

This report from UNAIDS, Right to health, highlights that the people most marginalized in society and most affected by HIV are still facing major challenges in accessing the health and social services they urgently need. However, the report also gives innovative examples of how marginalized communities are responding. 

The report gives voice to the communities most affected by HIV—including people living with HIV, sex workers, people who use drugs, gay men and other men who have sex with men and young people—on what the right to health means to them.
The Right to health gives a clear demonstration of the challenges ahead in efforts to end the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030, as outlined in the 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on Ending AIDS.

The report underscores that to reduce new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths and ensure access to essential health services, funding for health needs to increase. It gives examples of how to enhance funding, including increasing the share of health spending as a proportion of national economies, making savings through efficiencies and partnering with the private sector. The funding gap for HIV is estimated at US$ 7 billion by 2020.

  • Ethnic minorities
  • Gay men and other MSM
  • General public
  • LGBTI
  • People living with HIV (PLHIV)
  • People who use drugs (PUD)
  • Policy makers
  • Sex workers
  • Women
  • Youth
  • Global
  • Epidemiology
  • Gender
  • Inequalities in health
  • Laws and regulations
  • Policy
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Social issues
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • Universal access

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