Report: Expanding the HIV Response to Drive Broad-Based Health Gains

Expanding the HIV Response to Drive Broad-Based Health Gains:
Six Country Case Studies

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Co-published with UNAIDS, our new report examines the transformative potential of the global HIV response in driving broader health gains and advancing progress toward Sustainable Development Goals.

The report examines six country case studies— Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Jamaica, South Africa, Thailand and Uganda— and showcases innovative ways that countries are leveraging national HIV responses to end the AIDS epidemic, bolster health systems and achieve Universal Health Coverage. To help realize these visions, this analysis offers evidence-based recommendations and calls for robust and increased investments in HIV. 

Key findings from the case studies include: 

  • Countries are successfully utilizing HIV investments to strengthen health systems and address an array of health priorities.
  • HIV service delivery platforms are increasing access to comprehensive, people-centered care.
  • Investments in HIV infrastructure are helping countries address diverse health challenges and yield broader health benefits.
  • The resilience and adaptability of HIV platforms paves the way for effective pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.