This section hosts guidelines, manuals and toolkits to strengthen public health practice.
While HIV is still prevalent,, it can be completely eliminated with right kind of investments. Money is required to scale up HIV services that have already proven to work in keeping people HIV-free as also in keeping people living with HIV alive. This publication makes a case for doubling the investment in HIV related health systems as a 17% increase in HIV testing and resources by 2025 has the potential to increase the number of people on treatment to 32,000,000. It also highlights the negative impact of not investing enough in HIV treatment infrastructure. This resource can be useful for policy makers to decide on how much to invest in strengthening the health infrastructure, specifically with respect to HIV. Click here to access the report.