UN in Belarus:
  • 99 per cent of intravenous drug users lack access to health, ‘social services with dignity’ says UNAIDS chief

    Despite a decline in new HIV infections globally, a UN report launched on Wednesday highlights that nearly all people who inject drugs live in countries that do not provide suitable harm-reduction service coverage, meaning they are denied adequate access to essential health services.

  • UN’s AIDS agency ‘greatly encouraged’ by latest scientific breakthrough showing cure is possible

    The UN agency leading the global effort to end AIDS, said on Tuesday that a new case of a patient who has been “functionally cured” of HIV infection, is greatly encouraging, but there is still a long way to go before the illness can be eradicated.

  • Photoexhibition "People PLUS"

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  • The photo project «PeoplePLUS»

    Photo project "People Plus" - it is 18 stories of people from different regions of Belarus, who are living with HIV and receiving antiretroviral therapy. The purpose of the project - to draw attention to HIV issues, to inform about the achievements in combating it.

  • ‘Bold action’ needed to end tuberculosis, AIDS – UN

    Claiming more than 4,500 lives daily, tuberculosis (TB) continues to be the top infectious killer worldwide as well as the leading cause of death among people living with HIV, the United Nations said Friday, ahead of World Tuberculosis Day.

  • Nearly 21 million people now have access to HIV treatment – UN agency

    About 20.9 million people now have access to the antiretroviral therapy, according to a new report by the UN agency leading the global push to end AIDS, spotlighting that this remarkable progress has been made possible by people living with HIV demanding their rights, strong leadership and financial commitment.