Politicians and medical experts around the world will now meet in London to help develop HIV prevention plans to create an unprecedented future.
The AIDSfree Cities Global Forum, The Conduit, Mayfair, Evening Standard, The Independent and Elton John AIDS Foundation campaign is the peak.
The United Nations "90-90-90" targets will be directed to at least 90% of people know their HIV status, 90% in their treatment and 90% of their viruses.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the Secretary of International Development Penny Mordaunt and delegates, including six major key cities focused on citizen leaders across AIDSfree appeal – Kiev, Delhi, Atlanta, Maputo, Nairobi and London.
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The Health Secretary announces the intention of the Government to work to ensure that there is no new HIV case for the year 2030.
He said: "I am glad to announce today that we are going to support and campaign this campaign.
"We are currently setting a new goal: to eradicate HIV transmission from England to 2030.
"It includes solutions from ultra-global locations … from mortality to non-marital world."
Welcome to today's AIDSfree Cities Global Forum.
Before the beginning of the conference, let's look at the beginning of December at the beginning of the AIDSfree campaign and Sir Elton John and Evening Standard and the owner of the independent owner Evgeny Lebedev again. Goal:
As we are writing, there are 37 million people worldwide living with HIV. Last year alone, 1,8 million people were hired by the virus and 940,000 people had an illness. This will not happen.
Today's medicines do not allow the disease to survive, but others do not pass viruses.
The challenge is to not realize that too many people risk compromising, stifle the stigma or refuse to take a false test.
That is why we are raising awareness in the cities around the world to address the shyness associated with HIV; safe and cheap sessions to promote; Helping people with HIV need treatment.
The World Day of Support on Saturday – the 30th anniversary of the international awareness campaign – was "getting to know your situation".
Why? Everyone needs to understand the risks of HIV, and everyone in need should have decent help and help.
This may happen only if we know our status.
Make a normal HIV study and break the stigma that surrounds the virus.
Let's get together with parents or patients who live in danger of HIV / AIDS.
Let us ask that you need help and that nobody will leave behind, wherever you live and whoever has it, to create a future-oriented future.
Love and thanks,
Elton and Evgeny
It seems that AIDSfree's funding through public donations will be funded by Elton John AIDS Foundations in six key cities around the world (London, Nairobi, Atlanta, Kiev, Delhi and Maputo). Through the United Kingdom's United Kingdom Grant Government, double donations will be doubled between Maputo and Nairobi projects up to £ 2.