amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

Ensuring a Robust, Effective, and Equitable Response to the Global Epidemic

The U.S. response to HIV/AIDS has saved millions of lives and transformed global health financing and programming. Yet the need remains urgent: 2.6 million people are newly infected with HIV each year and only about a third of people in need of treatment in low- and middle-income countries are receiving it.

 Ensuring a Robust, Effective, and Equitable Response to the Global Epidemic

Issue Brief: Sustaining the Global HIV Response: Innovative Financing Options

Issue Brief: The Investment Case for Global AIDS Funding: Getting Smarter, Showing Results

Don’t Put the Brakes on Ending AIDS

Organ Transplantation and HIV: New Hope for Policy Reform?

amfAR Hails Passage of PEPFAR Stewardship and Oversight Act

A World AIDS Day Request to President Obama

An Open Letter to Incoming PEPFAR Coordinator on Key Populations

Impact Of FY14 Budget Sequestration On Us-Funded Global Health Programs

An Action Agenda to End AIDS

Infographic: Your Taxes and Global Health

MEETING REPORT: Advancing Country Ownership: Civil Society’s Role in Sustaining Public Health (June 2013)

amfAR Welcomes Increased AIDS Funding in President’s Budget Proposal, Including Important Increase for Global Fund

If We Want an AIDS-Free Generation, Why Are We Cutting PEPFAR?

FY2014 Budget Plans And Global HIV/AIDS: The Human Impact

March Update: The Effect of Budget Sequestration on Global Health

January 2013 Update: The Effect of Budget Sequestration on Global Health: Projecting the Human Impact in Fiscal Year 2013

Obama, The President Who Ends AIDS

amfAR Hails Release of AIDS-Free Generation Blueprint  

amfAR Welcomes Mark Dybul as New Global Fund Executive Director  

September 2012 Update: The Effect of Budget Sequestration on Global Health: Projecting the Human Impact in fiscal year 2013  

amfAR and AVAC Launch Global Action Agenda for Ending AIDS  

amfAR Hails Commitments by Secretary Clinton to Create a Blueprint for an AIDS-Free Generation, Key Populations Initiative  

Countries Where HIV Is Concentrated Among Most-At-Risk-Populations Get Disproportionately Lower Funding from PEPFAR (Health Affairs, July 2012)  

Four Principles for Expanding PEPFAR’s Role As a Vital Force In US Health Diplomacy Abroad (Health Affairs, July 2012)  

The Evidence on U.S. Investments in Foreign Aid (Issue Brief, March 2013)

Saving Lives, Saving Money: The Case for Strengthened U.S. Investments in Global Health Programs (Issue Brief, March 2013)

The Effect of Budget Sequestration on Global Health: Projecting the Human Impact in Fiscal Year 2013 (Issue Brief, 2012)  

The Investment Case for Maintaining PEPFAR Funding in FY13 (Issue Brief, April 2012)

Estimating the human impact of global health funding in the President’s fiscal year 2013 budget proposal (Issue Brief, 2012)

Issue Brief: The Budget Control Act of 2011 and Global Health: Projecting the Human Impact of the Debt Deal (October 2011)  

Issue Brief: Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: A Moment of Decision (July 2011)  

Issue Brief FY 2012 Global Health Funding Proposals: Projecting the Human Impact (July 2011)  

Issue Brief: U.S. Global Health Investments: The Evidence on Health, Diplomatic, and Economic Impact (2011)  

The Impact of Reducing Global Health Funding to FY 2008 Funding Levels: Projecting the Human Cost (Issue brief, 2011)  

Issue Brief: The Need for New Investments in HIV/AIDS in Fiscal Year 2012: Assessing the Evidence (December 2010)  

Issue Brief: Rolling Back Funding to FY 2008 Levels: Impact on the Domestic and Global AIDS Epidemic (November 2010)  

Issue Brief: The Shifting Global Health Landscape: Implications for HIV/AIDS and Vulnerable Populations (July 2010)  

Issue Brief: HIV/AIDS Investments: Building Blocks for Global Health (July 2010)
In cooperation with the IDSA Center for Global Health Policy

Issue Brief: Smart Investments in AIDS and Global Health: Building on What Works (December 2009)
In cooperation with the IDSA Center for Global Health Policy