Ten percent of all resources dedicated to HIV programming should be used for research towards optimizing interventions utilized and health outcomes achieved.
Click here to read and sign the Sydney Declaration.
Why We Must Make the Sydney Declaration a Reality
On Monday, 23 July 2007, at the 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment & Prevention, Director of the World Bank’s Global HIV/AIDS Programme Debrework Zewdie, explained the importance of allocating resources to research.
A full schedule of conference sessions, as well as links to related abstracts, PowerPoint slides, and online coverage, is available through the online Programme-at-a-Glance.
A map of poster exhibitions and discussions is now available.
During the conference, an international team of rapporteurs will prepare summaries of all sessions. Community leaders will also share their perspectives of IAS 2007. Session reports and daily summaries in each track will be available here.
Clinical Care Options’ online coverage of IAS 2007 will begin the week of 22 July and include Capsule Summaries of important clinical data, downloadable slide sets, audio highlights, and more.
Help Us Evaluate IAS 2007
Please complete the online survey to be sent out in late August. You can visit the Evaluation Office (Parkside Level 1) if you are unable to do an online survey, or if you have feedback on a specific issue.
On the Ground in Sydney
Free, high-resolution photos from IAS 2007 for use by the media and others (credit International AIDS Society) are available here.