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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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In the News

VIH/SIDA : la sensibilisation via Yaoundé Fast Track Cities
Cameroon Radio Television

Pandemic prompts changes to HIV testing and treatment across Arizona
Arizona PBS

How Did 12 U.S. Cities Do in Reaching Their 90-90-90 HIV Goals?

Kingston Mayor Marks World AIDS Day 2020
Jamaica Radio (Power 106 FM)

New study addresses keeping HIV screening on the radar amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Gay City News

Cardiff becomes Wales' first Fast Track City in the fight against HIV
Wales Online

HIV and COVID-19: a unique moment in time to learn, leverage and build resilient systems for health
CNBC Africa

Fauci: Politicization of coronavirus pandemic is ‘really unfortunate’
Washington Blade

Here’s Some Upbeat HIV News From Across the Pond

COVID-19 Disruptions 'Life Threatening' for People With HIV

New York City hits HIV/AIDS target two years ahead of schedule

St. Louis joins ‘Fast-Track’ to end AIDS
St. Louis American

National campaign launched in Ireland to address HIV-related stigma

London aiming to stop HIV infections for good
Pharma Times

How street teams and vending machines are helping to eradicate HIV
The Guardian

Gay 'chemsex' is fuelling urban HIV epidemics, AIDS experts warn

London praised for record on HIV but more needs to be done to tackle late diagnosis
The Telegraph

At HIV Conference, London Mayor Calls for Broad Access to PrEP
The Advocate

The number of new HIV-positive cases in Paris has decreased​​
Le Monde ​

Leaders from 300 cities meet for Aids summit after Standard Campaign ​​
Evening Standard ​

Charity boss in call to make Scotland first HIV-free country​
Scotland Herald​

Glasgow on track to beat HIV after becoming first city in Scotland to sign up for Fast-Track Cities Initiative​
Scottish Sun​

Humanitarian activist Winnie Byanyima named to head UNAIDS
Associated Press

Ending HIV in 10 Years: How Do We Do It?
Austin Chronicle

End HIV/AIDS epidemic? It’s possible, and Floridians asked to get it done
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Charleston joins cities committed to ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030

Govt allocates an extra €450k for HIV treatment schemes in four cities
Irish Examiner

A winnable battle against HIV
Washington Examiner

Trump Plan to Stop Spread of H.I.V. Will Target 'Hot Spot' Areas
New York Times

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