Lion and Lamb
Lion of Judah and The Lamb

2012

UNAIDS - World AIDS Day Report 2012
UNAIDS - EPI Slides 2012

Health Protection Agency - HIV in the United Kingdom 2012

2011

UNAIDS - World AIDS Day Report 2011

WHO - Global HIV/AIDS Response - Progress Report 2011 - Summary 1.7mb
WHO - Global HIV/AIDS Response - Progress Report 2011 - Main Report 3.1mb
WHO - Global HIV/AIDS Response - Progress Report 2011 - Slide Set 2.1mb

Health Protection Agency - HIV in the United Kingdom 2011 report 2.4mb
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UNAIDS REPORTS

(Including related reports from the World Health Organisation and the United Kingdom Health Protection Agency)

Over the past three decades, UNAIDS has been the primary source of good quality statistical and sociological analysis arising from their multifunctional role in understanding and combatting the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.

Notes re 2012

The reports for 2012 include the normal report from UNAIDS and for the UK the Health Protection Agency report on HIV.

Both reports present good news regarding the epidemic but both reports and our independent information continue to show that suffering on an unprecedented scale continues.

 

Notes re 2011

The biennial reporting cycle for 2011 has changed with the UNAIDS main report, usually about 220 pages, now issued by the World Health Organisation and the standard UNAIDS slide set on the pandemic also issued by WHO.

UNAIDS has however issued a similtaneous report of some 52 pages as a separate document with a significantly different style, factual but optimistic, visionary but well grounded.

Thus November 2011 saw the issuance of three major reports on the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

One from UNAIDS entitled 'Faster, Smarter, Better';

Two from the World Health Organisation (a Summary Report of 28 pages and the Main Report of 234 pages); both supported by a 26 slide power point;

and, for the United Kingdom, the Health Protection Agency Report 'HIV in the United Kingdom 2011'.

All three reports were timed to coincide with 1st December 2011 - World AIDS Day.

Each of the reports can be accessed by clicking on the links in the side bar. In addition, the World Health Organisation issued a powerpoint of the key slide set showing the state of the epidemic by global regions.

We commend these reports to you as a reliable source of information and as a series of documents that give a significant amount of background and hints as to the problems still being faced in the battle to achieve prevention of new infections and the much needed care for the already infected.