HIV Prevention 2025 Road Map
The 2025 HIV Prevention Road Map provides guidance to all countries on how to achieve reductions in HIV incidence in line with the targets set out in the 2021 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS and the 2021-26 Global AIDS Strategy.
The Road Map sets out principles, approaches, priority action areas, programmatic targets and milestones to ensure that 95% of people at high risk of acquiring HIV have access to and use effective combination prevention options. The Road Map charts ten essential country-level actions towards a more data-driven, precise, people-centered, scaled and innovative prevention response.
The Road Map was prepared through a consultative process that brought together country governments, civil society organizations, networks of key populations and young people, international organizations and foundations defining complementary roles and agreeing on a joint accountability framework.
If the actions in the Road Map are successfully carried out and proposed investments into the HIV response made, it is estimated that new HIV infections could be reduced by more than 80% from 1.5 million in 2021 to fewer than 370,000 per year in 2025.