2013 AIDS Report: It’s time to stop saying ‘AIDS in Africa’

2013 AIDS Report: It’s time to stop saying ‘AIDS in Africa’

This infographic for our new AIDS report shows why it’s time to stop saying the phrase “AIDS in Africa.” African countries have made widely divergent progress toward the beginning of the end of AIDS, and a one-size-fits-all approach to tackling AIDS on the continent does not make sense.

Sixteen countries in sub-Saharan Africa have already reached the beginning of the end of AIDS, but others lag far behind. Take a look:

2013 ONE AIDS report Infographic

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