White House Office of National HIV/AIDS Policy Releases HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020
July 28, 2015
On July 30, 2015, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy will release the HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020 during a live-streamed event in Atlanta, GA. You are invited to view this important release by watching at your desk or with colleagues by hosting a viewing party. The 5-hour event starts at 10:00 am EDT and will provide an overview of the key components of the updated Strategy, beginning at 11 am. The blog.AIDS.govexternal icon. A link will also be available on the DHAP website on July 30.
President Obama launched the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in 2010 and was the first-ever comprehensive coordinated HIV/AIDS roadmap. The Strategy, developed by the Office of National AIDS Policy, created clear and measurable targets to be achieved by 2015. The updated Strategy capitalizes on major shifts in the landscape of HIV prevention since 2010, including the emergence of treatment as a core prevention strategy; the advent of pre-exposure prophylaxis; the implementation of the Affordable Care Act; and many others. It also builds on the progress already achieved while acknowledging the work that stills needs to be done.
To promote the release of the updated strategy, Office of National AIDS Policy has made available several resources. Leading up to the event, please share these promotional materials with your colleagues, leadership, grantees, and stakeholders.
- “Save The Date” blogexternal icon
- AIDS.gov Promo Video
- White House’s Douglas Brooks Discusses Updating the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Blogexternal icon
- National HIV/AIDS Strategy Updated to 2020: Coming July 30external icon
On the day of the event, there will be additional tools to share with your networks to foster national dialogue among stakeholders. The HIV.gov websiteexternal icon, their Facebook, Instagram platforms will provide continuous updates on the Strategy release. You can join the conversation on social media using the hashtags #NHAS2020 and #HIV2020.
Your help and support is an integral part of the Strategy release.
Thank you for your continued commitment to HIV prevention and promotion of the Strategy release.