Despite widespread commitment to aid effectiveness principles for HIV, true national ownership and downward accountability are still far from assured. Theinterests of the global South, including those of civil society and people living with and affected by HIV, exercise too little influence in the architecture governing the global AIDS response. The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has formed a strategy of transition that aims to see fewer people newly infected than are newly placed on treatment. Doing so will require decisive action guided by a groundbreaking vision: zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, zero AIDS-related deaths.
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