HIV Policy Lab | March 9, 2022Read the Publication
Despite rapid scientific advances the world failed to achieve the global HIV goals set for 2020 and is not on track to reach the goal to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. This can be explained, at least in part, by the significant gap that remains between science on the one hand, and law and policy on the other. The HIV Policy Lab’s annual report presents the state of HIV policy across 194 countries for key HIV-related laws and policies. With not one country in the world having fully aligned its laws and policies with those recommended, significant change is still needed.