HIV/AIDS: ADB Marks World AIDS Day 2012

Continuing the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
ADB supports the fight against AIDS in Asia and the Pacific region by helping states strengthen their national HIV planning and management, upgrade the knowledge and skills of health workers, and scale-up behavioral change campaigns amongst at-risk groups.

ADB Launches HIV Program in Myanmar

A new $1 million project is announced to assist Myanmar strengthen its monitoring of HIV transmission, especially in cross-border areas.

Over the Last Ten Years (HIV Prevention in Asia)

Preventing HIV and AIDS in Asia and the Pacific remains a priority for ADB. Here ADB and UNAIDS highlight the importance of continuing joint efforts in fighting the disease.

Focus on HIV/AIDS in Myanmar

Principal economist Myo Thant of ADB's Office of Regional Economic Integration talks about the impact of HIV/AIDS on Myanmar’s economy. 

Road to HIV Prevention

According to statistics from UNAIDS, at the end of 2010, an estimated 34 million were living with HIV/AIDS worldwide.

Breaking barriers: Afghan road workers learn about HIV/AIDS

An innovative ADB project in Afghanistan introduces safe sex practices in a culturally sensitive manner.