O'Neill Institute | December 17, 2019Read the Publication
The effectiveness of the HIV response is today highly variable—between populations and geographies. Some countries, communities, and populations are doing well against the 90-90-90 treatment goals, achieving high levels of community viral suppression, while others are far behind. At a global level neither deaths nor new HIV infections are on track to reach the 2020 UN goals. Key populations are, in most of the world, far behind in the treatment cascade. Hundreds of thousands of people living with HIV continue to die due to the disease each year.