IAPAC Issues Monkeypox Rapid Guidance

    Updated September 29 Monkeypox Vaccine Performance Data & Vaccine Expansion Eligibility Content From: National… Read More

IAPAC and City of Sevilla Announce Fast-Track Cities 2022

IAPAC AND CITY OF SEVILLA ANNOUNCE FAST-TRACK CITIES 2022  Sevilla, Spain (April 7, 2022) -… Read More

European Fast-Track Cities Mayors Declare Support for Ukraine

European Fast-Track Cities Mayors Declare Support for Ukraine IAPAC (April 4, 2022) – Mayors from… Read More

#WeStandWithUkraine and HIV-Affected Ukrainians

An interview with IAPAC's President/CEO, Dr. José M. Zuniga   Over the past four weeks,… Read More

IAPAC Announces Fast-Track Cities Progress on World AIDS Day and Initiative’s 7th Anniversary

  IAPAC Announces Fast-Track Cities Progress on World AIDS Day and Initiative's 7th Anniversary  … Read More

IAPAC Hosting 16th Annual Conference Focused on Optimizing HIV Prevention and Treatment Adherence

  Orlando, Florida (November 7, 2021) – The International Association of Providers of AIDS Care… Read More

Fast-Track Cities 2021 Conference Recognizes Excellence Among Cities, Allies, Sponsors


IAPAC Welcomes Biden Administration’s Intent to Nominate Dr. John Nkengasong to serve as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator

Statement by Dr. José M. Zuniga President/CEO, IAPAC and Fast-Track Cities Institute Washington, DC, USA… Read More

IAPAC Releases “LGBTI+ Health Equity: A Global Report of 50 Fast-Track Cities” Confirms Glaring Inequities across LGBTI+ Communities

275 key informants from 50 cities participated in the first study allowing comparison of LGBTI+… Read More


IAPAC Influences Call for New ‘Global Public Health Convention’ to Emphasize Importance of City Public Health Leadership

joined a multidisciplinary group of 20 global public health experts to make 10 recommendations to shape a new public health architecture, including the active engagement of cities and municipalities.

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IAPAC Awards 10 Implementation Science Grants Under Auspices of Fast-Track Cities Implementation Science Fund

IAPAC awarded ten grants for the first round of the Fast-Track Cites Implementation Science Fund.

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IAPAC Joins NACHC and 38 Other Organizations in Advocating COVID-19 Vaccine Reimbursement for FQHCs via Medicare and Medicaid

IAPAC joined 39 other organizations in a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) about COVID-19 vaccine reimbursement policies for federally qualified health centers.

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IAPAC Mourns the Passing of Rabbi Allen I. Freehling

Rabbi Allen I. Freehling was the first Chair Emeritus of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care.

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World AIDS Day 2020

Seven More Fast-Track Cities Surpass HIV 90-90-90 Targets

Six Fast-Track Cities in the United Kingdom – Aberdeen, Bristol, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Liverpool – as well as Berlin announced today that they have surpassed the HIV 90-90-90 targets.

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15-Year Anniversary: Adherence 2020 Goes Virtual

For the first time in its 15-year history, the Adherence 2020 Virtual conference was held online to accommodate the ongoing public health restrictions related to COVID-19.

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Global Leaders Underscore Pandemic Preparedness at Virtual Fast-Track Cities 2020 Conference

International public health experts called for the development of a new “global health order” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic at the Virtual Fast-Track Cities 2020 conference.

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Antiretroviral Shortages

Global Experts Warn of COVID-19-Related HIV Service Disruptions

Representatives from UNAIDS, IAPAC, PEPFAR, and the WHO spoke about disruptions to HIV health services caused by the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Disruptions in HIV Services Highlighted During 90-90-90 Targets Update

Representatives from IAPAC, UNAIDS, PEPFAR, and the WHO raised concerns about COVID-19 disruptions to HIV health services at a virtual AIDS 2020 pre-conference session.

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IAPAC Retrofits Fast-Track Cities Dashboards to Visualize COVID-19 Data and Resources

IAPAC is retrofitting its Fast-Track City dashboards to visualize confirmed COVID-19 case, death, and recovery data alongside existing municipal-level HIV data.

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IS Fund

IAPAC Announces Fast-Track Cities Implementation Science Fund

IAPAC has launched a $750,000 Fast-Track Cities Implementation Science Fund to support clinical and community researchers in enhancing urban HIV responses.

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UN-Habitat MOU

IAPAC, UN-Habitat Partner to End Urban HIV, TB, HCV Epidemics

IAPAC and UN-Habitat announced a new partnership at the 10th World Urban Forum to strengthen the efforts of Fast-Track Cities to end their urban HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis epidemics.

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Fast-Track Cities Launches “Decade of Action” Against HIV, TB, and HCV, at 10th World Urban Forum​ ​

The 10th World Urban Forum coincides with the beginning of a global “Decade of Action” to attain key Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

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Lisbon to Host Fast-Track Cities 2020 Conference

The Fast-Track Cities 2020 conference will convene over 1,000 delegates from hundreds of current and prospective Fast-Track Cities in every region of the world. Mayor Medina said the focus of the conference’s high-level panel will be on drug policies and harm reduction.

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Fast-Track Nevada

Fast-Track Cities Welcomes New Communities on World AIDS Day 2019

IAPAC welcomed several new cities and municipalities to the Fast-Track Cities network to commemorate World AIDS Day 2019. The initiative marked its fifth anniversary since the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities was first signed on World AIDS Day 2014.

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World AIDS Day 2020

NYC and Geneva Surpass UNAIDS 90-90-90 HIV Targets

Health officials in New York City and Geneva announced today that these two Fast-Track Cities have surpassed the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets. New York City is the first in the United States to surpass the targets by attaining 93-90-92. Geneva became the fifth European municipality to reach this important milestone by attaining 90-96-93.

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