The New York Times reports on the progress made in the past twenty years fighting HIV, highlighting how the historical progress on HIV can be a pathway for future progress on COVID-19.
"Almost two decades later, the fruits of what HIV activists fought for were vividly on display, and a reminder — useful at this moment as another COVID19 wave makes this pandemic seem unending — of how much is possible... We know how to do this."
A great companion resource for this article is our latest issue brief on HIV which explores how six countries leveraged their HIV infrastructure to respond to COVID-19.
The New England Journal of Medicine analyzed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global fight to end TB. The report reviews the devastating data shared by the 2021 WHO Tuberculosis report and outlines a path to regain ground lost during the pandemic.
Nigeria has received $222 million from the Global Fund's COVID-19 response since 2020 helping the country increasethe number of laboratories that test for COVID-19 from 4 to more than 105 public and private facilities.