How family-centred care can help reach people being left behind in the global response to HIV
The latest data released by UNAIDS show that great progress has been made against HIV, but the scope of unmet need remains sizeable.
The opportunity to end AIDS is real, but we must quicken the pace of action and reach the people being left behind. The choices made in the next few years will determine whether the AIDS epidemic is ended or whether it continues indefinitely. Involving families in efforts to scale up HIV testing, prevention and treatment will be crucial to success.
This publication by UNAIDS highlights the advantages of family centered care and case studies that show the positive impact it has on people affected by HIV.