Global AIDS Policy Partnership Welcomes Increase in Global Health Funding from House Sub-Committee
Global AIDS Policy Partnership Welcomes Increase in Global Health Funding from House Sub-Committee Additional resources are required to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a public health threat Appropriations Committee for its prioritization of global health in the 2022 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) funding bill. This legislation includes $10.6 billion for U.S. global […]
GAPP Statement on FY22 President’s Budget
The Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP) commends the Biden Administration for efforts to prioritize global pandemic preparedness in its Fiscal Year 2022 budget; these proposed new funds are long overdue. We are extremely concerned, however, about the lack of increases toward other global health areas in the President’s Budget, particularly HIV/AIDS.
GAPP Statement in Advance of the Multi-stakeholder Hearing on HIV
Many of the substantial global gains in the fight to end the HIV epidemic by 2030 are now threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic insecurity,
unstable resources, and disrupted enabling environments. Without action, we risk a harmful escalation in new HIV infections as well as negative impacts on the lives of
people living with HIV.