Using figures from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's National HIV Surveillance System and Medical Monitoring Project, this infographic details the levels of care experienced by the 1.2 million Americans living with HIV.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only approximately one in four people living with HIV currently has the virus under control. HIV Treatment Works, a national communication campaign, encourages people living with HIV to get in care, start taking HIV medications, remain in care, and adhere to treatment.
With limited access to health services and education, patriarchal norms, and mounting violence, Nigerian women struggle to gain economic opportunities and equality. AIR evaluated a men's engagement program which includes training for men on issues such as the value of girls and women and violence against women.
Research has found that talking about HIV and AIDS is associated with increased condom use, testing, and knowledge about prevention—all of which are associated with fewer new infections. We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time/Podemos Detener el VIH Una Conversación a la Vez encourages Hispanics and Latinos to talk openly about HIV with families, friends, partners, and communities.
A CDC study found that more than one-third of men surveyed did not know the HIV status of their most recent male sex partner. Start Talking. Stop HIV., a national campaign launched to promote HIV prevention among gay and bisexual men, uses practical tools and tips to broach sensitive but critical topics: