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DFID - Department for International Development
HIV and AIDS Treatment and Care Policy
DFID, London, July 2004, 43 pp
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Reproduced with the kind permission of DFID.


"This policy outlines the UK’s support for efforts to provide increased, and eventually universal, access to treatment and care for people with HIV and AIDS. This help must be part of a package that includes programmes to prevent the spread of HIV, as well as to reduce the social and economic impact of AIDS. Our plans to do this are contained in Taking Action: The UK’s Strategy for Tackling HIV and AIDS In the Developing World, which is being published at the same time as this policy."

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  • DFID - Department for International Development, Taking Action: The UK's strategy for tackling HIV and AIDS in the developing world, Department for International Development (UK), London, July 2004, 81 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
  • The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: U.S. Five Year Global HIV/AIDS Strategy, Office of the United States Global AIDS Coordinator, Washington, 2004, 103 pp. (Also available at [ Details... ]
  • WHO - World Health Organization, Treating 3 million by 2005. Making it happen: the WHO Strategy. The WHO and UNAIDS global intitiative to provide antiretroviral therapy to 3 million people with HIV/AIDS in developing countries by the end of 2005, World Health Organization, Geneva, 2003, 60 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]