From the day it was first announced eight years ago, the story of PEPFAR – the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief – has demonstrated the remarkable generosity of the American people. Congress’ continuing bipartisan support for PEPFAR, and President Barack Obama’s continuing stewardship of the program originally launched by President George W. Bush, have shown the world that this is a vital, durable element of our foreign policy.
2010 was a crucial chapter in the global response, providing many reasons for hope about the future. As has been true throughout the past decade, the commitment of the American people was central to virtually all of the year’s breakthroughs.
-Prevention: Direct FY2010 Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Program Results
-Prevention: Direct FY2010 Testing and Counseling Results
-Treatment: Direct FY2010 Antiretroviral Treatment Results
-Treatment: Direct FY2010 Number of Women and Children Receiving Antiretroviral Treatment
-Care: Direct FY2010 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Results
-Care: Direct FY2010 Care and Support Results
-Treatment: People Receiving Treatment with U.S. Government Bilateral and Multilateral Support as of September 2010
-The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief FY2010 Planned Funding for Prevention, Treatment and Care
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and the Bureau of Public Affairs, U.S. State Department.