The prevalence of hepatitis is growing, but eliminating this global scourge is achievable. Doing so by 2030 would prevent nearly 36 million infections and 10 million deaths.
PEPFAR represents the best of America, and we can be proud of the global legacy it has created.
PEPFAR has evolved rapidly to stay ahead of the HIV pandemic and is now working towards achieving epidemic control and ending AIDS as a public health threat.
A discussion on the impacts of PEPFAR, the importance of continuing U.S. investments in global health, and how these investments can be effective diplomatic tools.
No program better demonstrates the power of a well-executed global health initiative than the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). It was established by President George W. Bush in 2003 with bipartisan support from Congress. Over the past decade,…
Global health interventions should be a critical element of U.S. national security policy, giving policymakers a means to improve the lives of people around the globe.