CDC is expanding global HIV/AIDS care and treatment services to save lives and prevent new infections
Care and treatment services help prevent new HIV infections, save lives, and provide hope to people and countries crippled with HIV/AIDS. As a key partner agency for the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), CDC helps countries plan, implement, and evaluate clinical services for HIV/AIDS care and treatment. These services include innovative approaches targeting hard-to-reach and most-at-risk populations. CDC also works to leverage PEPFAR resources by linking them to other mainstream healthcare services. This integrated health care approach strengthens a country’s entire health care system as well as HIV service delivery effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability.
Read more about CDC’s work in HIV/AIDS care and treatment at www.cdc.gov/globalaids/What-CDC-is-Doing/care-and-treatment.html.