World AIDS Day Campaign Resources

Today’s Site of the Day is the World AIDS Day campaign site. The World AIDS Campaign (WAC) has been established to support, strengthen and connect campaigns that hold leaders accountable for their promises on HIV and AIDS. The site includes a number of media resources particularly useful for educators and journalists covering World AIDS Day, marked on December 1 each year since 1988.

World AIDS Day 20th Anniversary


To correspond with the 2008 theme of leadership, the Taking the Lead Forum on myglobalfund.org is asking its members the following question: What do you commit to do to ensure that you, your community, or country leads, empowers and delivers in the fight against AIDS over the next 12 months? A range of postcards and posters is available for download from the World AIDS Day Resources page, in English, Spanish, French, Russian and German.

World AIDS Campaign Empower postcard

World AIDS Campaign Lead postcard World AIDS Campaign Deliver postcard

Pledges to Stop AIDS

During the 2008 International AIDS Conference, held in August in Mexico City, people from around the world made their pledges to stop AIDS. To view all of the videos made during the conference, visit the World AIDS Campaign YouTube channel.

Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)

AIDS Accountability Country Scorecard

An interactive website, aidsaccountability.org, brings together the most recent data from 190 countries showing how they are following up on the United Nations 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. The AAI Country Scorecard is the first transparent and analytical overview of national responses to the epidemic.

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One Response to World AIDS Day Campaign Resources

  1. Ruzanna says:

    it is amazing that scientists can not find a treatment for the virus during the period of 25 years.

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