TAG prepared these remarks to deliver at United Nations High-Level Meetings (UN HLMs) on tuberculosis (TB), universal health coverage (UHC), and pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response (PPR). While we welcome public reaffirmation of commitments to end TB, we urge member…
On February 27, 2024, Join TAG as we explore innovative strategies and successful interventions for addressing the unique challenges faced by people living with HIV who are experiencing homelessness.
In the collective effort to engage, educate, and empower advocates around the ongoing impacts on Black communities, and to raise awareness around persistent and new threats to equitably ending the HIV epidemic, this National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day beckons us to confront the shadows that linger within our communities, specifically among our Black and Brown queer community members.
We are appalled. As organisations that have historically worked on issues of health justice and access to medicines for millions of people around the world, for decades, focusing on HIV/AIDS, TB, cancer, and COVID, we share the urgent concern and outrage of aid organizations (NGOs) that the sudden decision by global north donor countries to suspend funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) ‘’comes amid a rapidly worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza."
This publication explores the role of community engagement in health-related research and development (R&D), particularly within the Unitaid-funded LONGEVITY Project.
We’re thrilled to share the 2023 edition of TAGline, which explores some of the barriers that obstruct research from being effectively implemented to improve people’s health.
Ahead of the United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting on the Fight Against Tuberculosis, the 1/4/6x24 Campaign is sounding the alarm that the political declaration commits neither the funding nor the actions needed to expand access to the best-available TB regimens and diagnostics.
Our annual Research in Action Awards (RIAA) event is TAG’s biggest night of the year. On October 19, we’ll be deeply honored to gather with our most cherished supporters and community members to recognize just a few of the many visionaries whose work has brought us closer to ending HIV, TB, and HCV.
Following the White House’s recent proposal for a National Hepatitis C Elimination Plan as part of its Fiscal Year 2024 budget request to Congress, and the fact that key populations for HIV are also at high risk of HCV, Treatment Action Group is organizing a webinar that will highlight best practices and challenges for HCV elimination with a specific focus on high-burden populations.
We're excited to welcome Dr. Jeanne Marazzo as the first woman and openly LGBTQ+ Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).