U.S. Targets Global AIDS Pandemic, Scott Evertz, Director, White House Office of National AIDS Policy
The Bush administration develops a multidisciplinary strategy to address HIV/AIDS domestically and internationally.
Diplomacy Is Central to Building Public Health Infrastructure, Jack Chow, M.D., Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Health and Science, U.S. Department of State
The Department of State works to advance U.S. objectives and interests in establishing a healthier world community through diplomacy.
Family Health International: A Leader in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS, Gail Goodridge, Director of Field Programs for Family Health International's HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Department, and Benjamin Weil, Editorial Consultant Specializing in HIV/AIDS
An international nongovernmental organization helps build health care infrastructure and preventive HIV/AIDS programs on the local level in the developing world.
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care in Developing Nations: The Building Blocks Model, Dr. Rafael Mazin, Regional Advisor on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Comprehensive Care, Pan American Health Organization/Regional Office of the World Health Organization for the Americas
Health professionals have learned a great deal about the epidemic, and use those lessons to help shape treatment strategies for the future.
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Training through African Religious Infrastructures, William W. Rankin, President, Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance
Medical practitioners and communities of faith use existing health care infrastructure to better respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Rotary International Builds Partnership for Better World Health, Luis Giay, Chairman, Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
A civic service organization has mobilized citizens around the world to join an international partnership working to eradicate polio and promote childhood immunization.
A Global Overview on the HIV/AIDS Epidemic, from "AIDS Epidemic Update 2001" by the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS and the World Health Organization
A definitive survey on the epidemic finds 40 million infected persons.
Trade Agreement Will Improve Pharmaceutical Access, from the Fourth WTO Ministerial Conference
The Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health emerging from the World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference is expected to expand access to HIV/AIDS drugs in the developing world.
The Role of the Private Sector, from "The Report of the Findings of the Corporate Council on Africa's Task Force on HIV/AIDS"
The Merck pharmaceutical company's efforts to improve health care infrastructure in the developing world is described as a "best practice."
Books, documents, and articles on HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.
Selected Internet Resources
A list of Internet sites offering further information on the global effort against disease.