Fast-Track Cities is a global partnership between cities and municipalities around the world and four core partners, including IAPAC. Launched in December 2014, the partnership has grown to more than 500 cities and municipalities that have committed to accelerate their local HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and viral hepatitis (HBV and HCV) responses to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.3 by 2030. IAPAC is delivering technical assistance to and engaging in direct interventions across the Fast-Track Cities Network. Advanced collaboratively with local stakeholders, our work includes data generation/monitoring, implementation planning, capacity-building, community engagement, stigma elimination, and quality of care and life assessments.
Over 300 Fast-Track Cities from around the world are working towards zero new HIV infections and zero AIDS-related deaths.
Paris and Sevilla Declarations
Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities Ending the HIV Epidemic A political declaration was created in 2014 to govern a new initiative launched that year with an initial 26 cities and […]
Fast-Track Cities Europe Mayors Declaration of Support for Ukraine
IAPAC (April 4, 2022) – Mayors from across Europe signed…
Fast-Track Cities Best Practices Repository
The Fast-Track Cities Best Practices Repository documents interventions, policies, and…
This special episode of the Fast-Track Cities podcast series explores a survey of 24,000 HIV-negative individuals across Europe.
IAPAC-Lancet HIV Commission on the Future of Urban HIV Responses
The IAPAC-Lancet HIV Commission seeks to document and summarize experiences and best practices in urban HIV responses, reflecting the diversity of the world’s urban settings and their health successes and challenges in HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
Fast-Track Cities Implementation Science Fund
IAPAC has launched a first-of-its-kind Fast-Track Cities Implementation Science Fund to support clinical and community researchers in gaining new insights to enhance urban HIV responses.