The PEPFAR Blueprint: Creating an AIDS-free Generation reflects lessons learned from almost ten years of experience in supporting countries to rapidly scale-up HIV prevention, treatment and care services. It demonstrates the opportunity for the world to help move more countries toward and beyond the tipping point in their epidemics and put them on a path to achieving an AIDS-free generation. The blueprint makes clear that the United States’ commitment to this goal will remain strong, comprehensive and driven by science. It clearly outlines what PEPFAR is doing, and will continue to do, to help make it a reality. PEPFAR Blueprint» Blueprint Fact Sheet» Country Modeling & Executive Summary Fact Sheet»
The Five-Year Strategy of the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) outlines the high-level direction of the program for its next phase. This strategy reflects lessons learned in the first five years of the program, expands existing commitments around service delivery, and places a heightened emphasis on sustainability.
Annexes to the PEPFAR Strategy provide additional information about specific program areas.
-- The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: Five-Year Strategy (December 2009) PDF version
-- Annex: PEPFAR and Prevention, Care, and Treatment (December 2009) PDF version
-- Annex: PEPFAR and the Global Context of HIV (December 2009) PDF version
-- Annex: PEPFAR's Contributions to the Global Health Initiative (December 2009) PDF version
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