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The Global AIDS Strategy 2021–2026 is a new approach to use an inequalities lens to close the gaps that are preventing progress towards ending AIDS. The Global AIDS Strategy aims to reduce these inequalities, that drive the AIDS epidemic and prioritize people who are not yet accessing life-saving HIV services. The Strategy sets out evidence-based priority actions and bold targets to get every country and every community on-track to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. This strategy document also outlines the strategic priorities and actions to be implemented by global, regional, country and community partners to get on-track to ending AIDS. It leverages four decades of experience of the HIV response, supporting governments, partners and communities to “build back better”, supporting systems for health to be more resilient and place people at the centre. Drawing on key lessons learned from the intersecting HIV and COVID-19 pandemics, the Strategy leverages the proven tools and approaches of the HIV response, identifying where, why and for whom the HIV response. It is a useful document for policy makers. Click here to read the strategy document.