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A better global framework to end AIDS, once and for allThis week, we celebrate the tremendous progress that has been made in the struggle against HIV and AIDS. The movement against AIDS has inspired all of us to help the people who continue to be left behind, and to commit to ending AIDS once and for all. The international community must take a more holistic view and reinforce a global-response architecture that features a clear division of labor and seamless cooperation among various stakeholders.The Global Fund is by far the largest multilateral source of financing for efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria; but just like the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (now known as Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance), it is part of a global architecture, and relies on a range of partners to deliver aid effectively.One of UNAIDS' tasks is to encourage national governments to keep AIDS high on their public-health agendas, and to invest in joint efforts to end the disease.At the same time, the international community must strengthen the existing framework for managing global-health issues.
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