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Ending HIV as an Epidemic

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The Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative aims to reduce new HIV infections by 75% in the next five years, and by 90% before 2030.

To achieve success, the Initiative should direct more federal resources to HIV prevention programs; engage the HIV community in a meaningful way; strengthen access to health care; protect Medicaid from cuts; ensure a robust clinical workforce; and address stigma, discrimination and other social determinants of health.

As federal agencies and local communities begin to take action as part of the Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative, use this page to find resources and learn more about how to get involved.

On Dec. 1, 2021, the Biden-Harris Administration released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States (2022 to 2025) as a roadmap for ending HIV as an epidemic in the U.S. The White House Office of National AIDS Policy Director Harold Phillips discussed the updated NHAS with HIVMA leaders on Dec. 7. Check back on this page for additional information on the updated NHAS.

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