FACT SHEET: The Biden-Harris Administration’s Efforts to End HIV/AIDS At Home and Abroad – The White House

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On World AIDS Day, we reflect on all those lost globally and in the U.S. from AIDS-related illnesses, honor the more than 38 million individuals living with HIV, and celebrate the remarkable gains we have made battling this disease. The Biden-Harris Administration remains committed to implementing the updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) announced last year and achieving the bipartisan goal of ending the HIV epidemic at home and abroad. The Administration is also releasing a new strategy to guide the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) globally. Over the past year, the Administration has taken action to:

Accelerate our Domestic HIV Efforts
Respond to HIV/AIDS Globally

Over the last 20 years, PEPFAR has saved 25 million lives and helped pave a brighter future for people living with HIV/AIDS. The Administration has taken action over the past year to build on that impact, including:
Address HIV Stigma and Discrimination
Ensure Equity
Support and Treat People At-risk for “Syndemic” Illnesses
Advance New Research
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