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Facts on HIV / AIDS

  • AIDS: 80% of ARVs from India

    More than 80% of the AIDS medicines used to treat more than 5 million people across the developing world come from producers in India

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • HIV: Generic Drugs India

    More than 80% of all donor-funded HIV medicine purchases for developing countries from 2003-2008 were for generic drugs from India

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: ARVs Manufactured in India

    More than 80% of donor-funded purchases of ARVs for use in developing countries from 2001 to 2008 were manufactured in India

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: Global Fund Treatment by 2015

    The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria estimates that $20 billion would allow another 7.5 million people to be put on treatment by 2015

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • HIV:UNAIDS Funding Gap

    According to UNAIDS, a US$10 billion gap exists out of an overall $25.9 billion needed to meet treatment and prevention commitments by 2015

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: Government Programs

    The funding squeeze for PEPFAR and the Global Fund means prematurely handing over responsibility and funding for HIV treatment programmes to governments that are not yet able to cope with the caseload or cost

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: PEPFAR & Global Fund ART

    PEPFAR and the Global Fund, together provide treatment for eight out of every ten people on ART

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: PEPFAR Reducing Budget

    PEPFAR supports 3.2 million people on ART but is showing signs of slowing down and reducing its budget for ART

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • HIV: Global Fund Proposals Refused

    The Global Fund is facing a several billion dollar Shortfall and in 2010, more than half of the HIV proposals were rejected

    Last updated 21 April 2014

  • AIDS: Global Fund Shortfall

    The Global Fund is facing a several billion dollar Shortfall; for the first time in its history, no new funding round will be approved for 2011

    Last updated 21 April 2014

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