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Columbia, South Carolina Becomes 22nd U.S. Municipality to Join the Fast-Track Cities Initiative

Columbia, South Carolina became the twenty-second U.S. municipality to endorse the global Fast-Track Cities initiative today, linking the city’s urban AIDS response with the work hundreds of other cities around the world. Mayor Steve Benjamin formally signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities this evening at Columbia City Hall.

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AIDSfree Campaign Highlights Fast-Track Cities Approach

Representatives from Fulton County, Georgia, reinforced Atlanta’s commitment to ending its local AIDS epidemic by formally signing the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities at the AIDSfree Cities Forum in London on January 30.

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IAPAC Joins London AIDSfree Cities Forum

Representatives from six cities around the world will convene January 30, 2019, in London for an AIDSFree Cities Forum as part of an AIDSfree campaign. IAPAC is collaborating with the Elton John AIDS Foundation, the UK Department of Health & Social Care, and the UK Department for International Development to facilitate the sharing of experiences and best practices from the six cities as they accelerate their local AIDS responses to fulfill their Fast-Track City commitments.

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Fast-Track Cities Gain Momentum in Efforts to Attain 90-90-90

4 December 2018 (Washington, DC, USA) – IAPAC launched data dashboards for 12 Fast-Track Cities from multiple regions of the world, which report HIV care continuum baseline data for all cities and 90-90-90 data for eight cities.

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Fast-Track Cities Survey Data Provide Insights into Quality of Life of People Living with HIV

Initial trends from five cities shed light on stigma experienced by people living with HIV, but… Read More

Fast-Track Cities Interim Quality of Life Survey Data Release

IAPAC released initial results on November 30, 2018, from its Fast-Track Cities Quality of Life… Read More

Stigma and Misconceptions are Critical Barriers to Reach HIV Targets in Scotland

Survey Reveals HIV Stigma in Scotland Remains Widespread, with a Majority of Respondents (69%) Feeling… Read More

IAPAC Launches First-of-its-Kind Fast-Track Cities Podcast at AIDS 2018 to Tell the Story of the Urban AIDS Response from its Beginning to Today

Amsterdam, NL — July 24, 2018 – The International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC) today launched an innovative podcast series focused on telling the story of the urban AIDS response globally.

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HIV: Stigma, Misconceptions and Complacency Remain Critical Barriers to Stopping the Virus

July 23, 2018 – Results from a new, large-scale, Europe-wide survey of over 24,000 people in 12 countries[1] demonstrate that, despite significant progress over almost four decades, HIV-related stigma persists as a major challenge for people living with HIV (PLHIV).

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IAPAC launches Recommendations for the Rapid Expansion of HIV Self-Testing in Fast-Track Cities

IAPAC launched Recommendations for the Rapid Expansion of HIV Self-Testing in Fast-Track Cities during a… Read More