World AIDS Day 2022 -
Unite to end the inequalities holding back the end of AIDS.
Since 1988, the world has celebrated World AIDS Day in remembrance of all those who have died of AIDS-related illnesses and those living positively and bravely with HIV. World AIDS Day remains as relevant today as it’s always been, reminding people and governments that HIV has not gone away. There is still a critical need for increased funding for the AIDS response, to increase awareness of the impact of HIV on people’s lives, to end stigma and discrimination and to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV. The human cost of inaction on AIDS is an injustice by governments and people alike, if action is not taken to end AIDS.