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UNAIDS AND XINHUA PARTNERSHIP BRINGS THE COMMON GOAL OF ENDING AIDS CLOSER - 2017/5/23

In the lead-up to the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, China, the UNAIDS Executive Director, Michel Sidibé, visited the headquarters of the Chinese news agency Xinhua, where he was interviewed on television.

ENSURING HEALTHIER OUTCOMES FOR CHINA AND AFRICA - 2015/7/28

The Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, and the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, held wide ranging discussions with Vice-Premier of China, Liu Yandong in Beijing on 28 July.

Chinese Premier commits to ending the AIDS epidemic in China - 2015/6/9

The Premier of the State Council of China, Li Keqiang, expressed his support for the AIDS response during a meeting with UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé and the Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Mark Dybul, on 4 May inBeijing, China.

UNAIDS wins award for China–Africa health cooperation - 2015/6/9

The UNAIDS Country Director for China, Catherine Sozi, has received an award for her exceptional contribution to health cooperation between China and Africa. The China Alliance for South–South Health Cooperation Research presented Ms Sozi with the special award during the 6th International Roundtable of China–Africa Health Cooperation on 22 November in Shanghai, China.

China and Africa strengthen partnerships for health and development - 2015/6/9

The clean energy company Hanergy Holding Group and UNAIDS have agreed to cooperate onphilanthropic and corporate responsibility initiatives to achieve zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths in Africa.

UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador Victoria Beckham highlights AIDS response in China - 2015/3/19

During a business trip to Asia, UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador, Victoria Beckham, took the opportunity to raise awareness about the region’s AIDS epidemic. In meetings with business leaders, she urged them to increase private sector involvement in the response to HIV to help end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

UNAIDS Protect the Goal campaign arrives in Brazil ahead of 2014 FIFA World Cup - 2014/6/13

The UNAIDS’ Protect the Goal campaign has been officially launched at a special event in Salvador, Brazil, on the eve of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The event, supported by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the Government of the State of Bahia, the Municipality of Salvador and the Brazilian Health Ministry, was held in the emblematic Castro Alves Theatre, in Salvador on 9 June.

Opinion: Protect the most vulnerable to build healthy societies free from HIV - 2014/4/4

As we celebrate World Health Day 2014, we should recognise the huge progress which China, and the world, have made in the response to HIV. Globally, new HIV infections have fallen by one third since 2001. AIDS-related deaths have fallen to 1.6 million, compared with 2.3 million in 2005. More and more people living with HIV are leading long, healthy, productive lives.

Zero Discrimination Day to be celebrated 1 March 2014 - 2014/2/28

Geneva, 27 February — UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé launched the Zero Discrimination Day on 27 February with a major event in Beijing, China supported by the China Red Ribbon Foundation, Hanergy Holding Group, Chinese government, civil society and celebrities. Similar events are planned for the days leading up to 1 March 2014 in countries around the world. Zero Discrimination Day is a call to people everywhere to promote and celebrate everyone’s right to live a full life with dignity—no matter what they look like, where they come from or whom they love. The symbol for Zero Discrimination is the butterfly, widely recognized as a sign of transformation.

Government, academia and civil society representatives meet in Beijing to review impact of laws on country’s HIV response - 2013/12/12

Representatives from government, academia and community based organisations met in Beijing this week for a consultation on HIV and the law. The meeting, organised by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), China’s Renmin University, and the China Red Ribbon Beijing Forum on HIV and Rights, looked at the positive and negative impacts of existing laws on China’s response to HIV. Particular focus was given to populations most affected by HIV, including men who have sex with men, sex workers and people who inject drugs. The meeting was held at China’s Renmin University, and with support from UNAIDS, the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS.

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