What is the 2010 UNAIDS Report on the Global AIDS epidemic?
The 2010 edition of the UNAIDS Report on the global AIDS epidemic includes new country by country scorecards on key issues facing the AIDS response. Based on the latest data from 182 countries, this global reference book provides comprehensive analysis on the AIDS epidemic and response.
What does UNAIDS do?
UNAIDS leads the world’s most extensive data collection on HIV epidemiology, programme coverage and finance and publishes the most authoritative and up-to-date information on the HIV epidemic. HIV epidemiological estimates and country-reported data on their national AIDS response.
Where can I find the UNAIDS country progress reports?
Th ese reports are available in full and unaltered on the UNAIDS website at www.unaids.org. COUNTRY DATA TABLES Th e following tables present data submitted to UNAIDS in Country Progress Reports, as a part of the monitoring of progress towards the Declaration of Commitment.
Why is UNAIDS publishing scorecards?
For the ﬁ rst time, UNAIDS is publishing scorecards to provide a quick overview of the progress made by United Nations Member States in the global AIDS response.
Is the AIDS epidemic turning the corner?
Chapter 1: Introduction| 2010 GLOBAL REPORT7 1 On the cusp of the fourth decade of the AIDS epidemic, the world has turned the corner—it has halted and begun to reverse the spread of HIV (Millennium Development Goal 6.A).
How many countries submit country progress reports to UNAIDS?
In 2010, 182 countries (94% of UN Member States) submitted Country Progress Reports to UNAIDS. Th e proportion of Member States submitting such reports has increased consistently over each of the four rounds of reporting, as seen in fi gures 1 and 2.
What’s new in the 2010 Global Report 15?
Chapter 1: Introduction| 2010 GLOBAL REPORT15 1 AIDS SCORECARDS For the ﬁ rst time, UNAIDS is publishing scorecards to provide a quick overview of the progress made by United Nations Member States in the global AIDS response.