Ending AIDS by 2030 demands tackling inequalities
We can still end AIDS by 2030, but only if we act courageously and together to take on inequalities. We know what works from observing positive responses in some of the most affected places but we need to apply that everywhere for everyone. The transformative approach that we need to end AIDS will also protect the world against future pandemics.
It is such unfortunate that more than 4 million people have officially died from the virus and chances are high the actual figure might be more than the reported figures.
By Humana People to People India as adapted from a project report
“It is critical that everyone is vaccinated since it minimises the fatality rate caused by COVID-19,” says Ratnamma, 49, of Shadnagar Village in Telangana's Ranga Reddy district.
The second wave of the COVID-19 infections in India has caused unprecedented stress on the existing public health infrastructure in the country, inflicting grave human and economic costs.
One year on from the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic, the People’s Vaccine Alliance is warning that developing countries are facing critical shortages of oxygen and medical supplies to cope with COVID-19 cases yet the majority have been unable to administer a single dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.