National Strategy

The AIDS Institute Urges President-Elect Trump to Maintain U.S. Commitment to End HIV/AIDS - World AIDS Day 2016

As the world pauses to mark World AIDS Day on December 1, 2016, The AIDS Institute sent a letter to President-elect Donald J. Trump urging him and his Administration to maintain U.S. leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS, both domestically and globally.

Obama Administration Issues Aggressive Plans to Address HIV in the United States

Today, on World AIDS Day, as The AIDS Institute remembers the 34 million people who have died of AIDS, the Obama Administration released an ambitious plan to implement its updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy that demonstrates our federal government’s commitment to create an AIDS-free generation.

Public Comment Before the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS on Proposed Cuts to Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

The AIDS Institute’s Nick Taylor provides public comment at the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS meeting urging members to call on the Obama Administration to continue to fight against the harmful cuts proposed by Congress for vital domestic HIV/AIDS programs. Read the full comments here.

White House Lays Out Updated Plan to Address HIV in The United States

In reaction to the release of an updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy by President Obama today, The AIDS Institute praised the President and his Administration for their leadership and the ambitious goals outlined in the Strategy for addressing HIV in the United States over the next five years. Read more

The AIDS Institute Submits Comments for Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy

May 26, 2015

The AIDS Institute submitted comments to the Office of National AIDS Policy that highlight specific recommendations for inclusion in an updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy in order to help end HIV/AIDS in the United States.

The AIDS Institute Praises President Obama’s Selection to Lead National AIDS Office

March 24, 2014

"Douglas combines the personal as well as professional experience needed to lead the federal government’s HIV policies and implement the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy."

Click here to read the announcement. 

The AIDS Institute Applauds President Obama for Continuing a Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV/AIDS

July 15, 2013

"Today’s action by the Obama Administration recognizes the importance of improving the HIV care continuum not only for the health of the individual but for society has a whole as we collectively work to end AIDS."

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