The first Middle East and North Africa Community Advisory Board (MENA-CAB)

Casablanca, Morocco, 28 June-01 July 2014 Despite the fact that HIV prevalence in the countries of the Middle East and North Africa is believed to be low at least among the General Population, the rate of increase of new cases...

/ 10 July 2014

Pharma Refuses to Ensure Access to Lifesaving Hepatitis C Treatment at Global Meeting

Bangkok, Thailand, February 28, 2014 —Thirty-eight activists from 22 countries joined forces at the first-ever Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) World Community Advisory Board (CAB) to demand equitable access to treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) from six multinational pharmaceutical companies....

/ 28 February 2014

HIV Activists from the MENA Region Call on Gulf States to Contribute to the 4th Replenishment of the Global Fund

November 30, 2013 - On the occasion of World AIDS Day 2013, HIV treatment activists from the MENA region called on wealthy Gulf States to join the Global Fund donor’s community sharing responsibility and engagement in a common mission to...

/ 30 November 2013

UNAIDS Report Suggests AIDS Epidemic Could End by 2030

BY NICHOLAS CIMARUSTI SEPTEMBER 27 2013 The UNAIDS released its 2013 global HIV/AIDS report Monday. Its figures estimate a possible end to the AIDS epidemic by 2030, which would also affect pharmaceutical companies. UNAIDS released the 2013 global HIV/AIDS report...

/ 30 September 2013

Global policy report on the prevention and control of viral hepatitis

The five viruses that cause infections of the liver are responsible for a widely prevalent and growing disease burden. No country, rich or poor, is spared. These viruses are important as they cause infectious diseases in their own right. Hepatitis...

/ 28 July 2013

GENERATION OF CHANGE: Portraits of HIV & AIDS Activists from MENA

The Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region is in turmoil. The trajectory and consequences of the current political, social and economic transformations rippling across the region will become clear in the years ahead. Meanwhile, the region is also experiencing one of...

/ 18 July 2012