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跟进全球防艾滋进展——艾滋病大会第五天

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7月24日,是第20届世界艾滋病大会的第5天。这一天的活动开始于一份关于全球艾滋病毒快速响应的全体报告。议题包括加快HIV疫苗的研发、推进艾滋病预防技术的发展、改善变性人和男同的研究与参与。

星期四7月23日,2014 -Bob Geldof 爵士在第20届世界艾滋病大会上告诉代表们,发展中国家在援助艾滋病项目上极大的不情愿是可耻的,尤其是走到预防艾滋病传播的最后环节的时候。

在今天的墨尔本会议上,著名的扶贫活动家在阐述艾滋病毒对发展中国家的影响时,发表了上述言论。

Geldof 说,在低收入国家,艾滋病毒的流行与贫穷“密不可分”。他还强烈批判了富裕国家违背对外援助承诺的现象。

今天(7月24日星期四)的会议主题是“长期短期”。今天的活动开始于一份关于全球艾滋病毒快速响应的全体报告。议题包括加快HIV疫苗的研发(瑞士的Antonio Lanzavecchia),推进艾滋病预防技术的发展(美国的Kenneth Mayer),改善变性人和男同的研究与参与(巴西的Beatriz Grinsztejn、菲律宾的Laurindo Garcia)。

不断升级的艾滋病毒流行在东欧和中亚地区探索在一次特别会议的代表来自俄罗斯、立陶宛和摩尔多瓦。专家组认为艾滋病病毒的交叉地区流行,注射毒品,丙型肝炎和结核病,以及解决问题,如穷人获得治疗和边缘化和定罪男性有性关系的男性和注射毒品的人。

来自俄罗斯、乌克兰和摩尔多瓦的代表在一个特别会议上探究了东欧和中亚地区不断升级的艾滋病毒流行状况。小组成员们思考了艾滋病毒的区域交叉传播,注射毒品,丙肝和结核病的问题。还讨论了穷人如何或的治疗,男同和吸毒者地位边缘化和非法化如何解决的问题。

同样是在今天早上,会议讨论了一个令人担忧的艾滋病传播趋势,监狱里的艾滋病传播和交叉感染是一般人群的50倍。其他的会议包括讨论文化和政治环境如何影响世界各地土著人的健康状况,以及让艾滋病毒感染者得到更加包容和鼓励的工作环境的策略。

今天下午有一个特别会议,主要关于如何使社区更好地与制药公司合作,确保每个人都能得到最新的抗逆转录病毒疗法,使他们能够承担得起治疗费用。今天下午的其他会议探索了一系列课题,如:亚太地区的变性挑战;伊斯兰国家性病医生的文化敏感训练;怎样用神圣的文本有效地讨论性和多样性。

地球村,与艾滋病项目和活动有关的国际展示区,欢迎Geldof的到来,并向他展示了多种多样的赛事,包括戏剧和舞蹈表演,时装表演,电影放映,音乐演出以及各种各样议题的讨论。讨论的内容有艾滋病人和艾滋病感染者在巴基斯坦经受的歧视;变性人在加勒比海的网络策略;中国、肯尼亚和乌干达等地区的年轻女性艾滋病活动家如何作出贡献。

原文题目:《FAST-TRACKING THE GLOBAL HIV REPONSE - DAY 5 AT AIDS 2014》

英文原文:

Thursday July 23, 2014 – Sir Bob Geldof has told delegates at AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference, that the “preposterous reluctance” of governments to fund HIV programs in developing countries is “disgraceful”, especially as the journey to the end of the HIV epidemic is “in the last mile”.

The renowned anti-poverty campaigner made the comments at the conference in Melbourne today as he reflected on the impact of HIV on developing nations.

Geldof said that the HIV epidemic in low income countries is “inextricably linked” to poverty, and he strongly criticized wealthy nations for reneging on foreign aid commitments.

The theme of the conference today (Thursday 24 July) was ‘making the long term short term’, and today’s activities began with plenary presentations about fast-tracking the global HIV response. Issues discussed included accelerating the development of an HIV vaccine (Antonio Lanzavecchia of Switzerland), advancing the development of HIV prevention technologies (Kenneth Mayer of the US), and improving research about and engagement with transgender people and men who have sex with men (Beatriz Grinsztejn of Brasil, and Laurindo Garcia of the Philippines).

The escalating HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia was explored in a special session featuring representatives from Russia, Lithuania and Moldova. The panel considered the regions intersecting epidemics of HIV, injecting drug use, hepatitis C and tuberculosis, as well as solutions to issues such as poor access to treatment and the marginalisation and criminalisation of men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs.

Also this morning was a symposium on the worrying trends of HIV transmission and co-infection in prisons, where HIV prevalence is up to 50 times higher than the general population. Other sessions included a discussion of how cultural and political environments are impacting on the health outcomes of indigenous populations throughout the world, and strategies for making workplaces more inclusive and supportive of people with HIV.

This afternoon featured a special session on how affected communities can work with pharmaceutical companies to ensure that new antiretroviral treatments are made more affordable and more available. Other sessions this afternoon explored a range of subjects such as: the challenges of being transgender in Asia and the Pacific; cultural sensitivity training for sexual health workers in Islamic countries; and how sacred texts can be used to talk effectively about sexuality and diversity.

The Global Village, the conference’s international showcase of community related HIV programmes and activities, welcomed Geldof to the village, and showed him around the wide range of events including theatrical and dance performances, fashion shows, film screenings and music recitals, as well as discussions on a variety of issues including, discrimination experienced by people with HIV and AIDS in Pakistan; the networking strategies of transgender sex workers in the Caribbean; and how young female HIV activists are making a difference in places such as China, Kenya and Uganda.

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跟进全球防艾滋进展——艾滋病大会第五天

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7月24日,是第20届世界艾滋病大会的第5天。这一天的活动开始于一份关于全球艾滋病毒快速响应的全体报告。议题包括加快HIV疫苗的研发、推进艾滋病预防技术的发展、改善变性人和男同的研究与参与。

星期四7月23日,2014 -Bob Geldof 爵士在第20届世界艾滋病大会上告诉代表们,发展中国家在援助艾滋病项目上极大的不情愿是可耻的,尤其是走到预防艾滋病传播的最后环节的时候。

在今天的墨尔本会议上,著名的扶贫活动家在阐述艾滋病毒对发展中国家的影响时,发表了上述言论。

Geldof 说,在低收入国家,艾滋病毒的流行与贫穷“密不可分”。他还强烈批判了富裕国家违背对外援助承诺的现象。

今天(7月24日星期四)的会议主题是“长期短期”。今天的活动开始于一份关于全球艾滋病毒快速响应的全体报告。议题包括加快HIV疫苗的研发(瑞士的Antonio Lanzavecchia),推进艾滋病预防技术的发展(美国的Kenneth Mayer),改善变性人和男同的研究与参与(巴西的Beatriz Grinsztejn、菲律宾的Laurindo Garcia)。

不断升级的艾滋病毒流行在东欧和中亚地区探索在一次特别会议的代表来自俄罗斯、立陶宛和摩尔多瓦。专家组认为艾滋病病毒的交叉地区流行,注射毒品,丙型肝炎和结核病,以及解决问题,如穷人获得治疗和边缘化和定罪男性有性关系的男性和注射毒品的人。

来自俄罗斯、乌克兰和摩尔多瓦的代表在一个特别会议上探究了东欧和中亚地区不断升级的艾滋病毒流行状况。小组成员们思考了艾滋病毒的区域交叉传播,注射毒品,丙肝和结核病的问题。还讨论了穷人如何或的治疗,男同和吸毒者地位边缘化和非法化如何解决的问题。

同样是在今天早上,会议讨论了一个令人担忧的艾滋病传播趋势,监狱里的艾滋病传播和交叉感染是一般人群的50倍。其他的会议包括讨论文化和政治环境如何影响世界各地土著人的健康状况,以及让艾滋病毒感染者得到更加包容和鼓励的工作环境的策略。

今天下午有一个特别会议,主要关于如何使社区更好地与制药公司合作,确保每个人都能得到最新的抗逆转录病毒疗法,使他们能够承担得起治疗费用。今天下午的其他会议探索了一系列课题,如:亚太地区的变性挑战;伊斯兰国家性病医生的文化敏感训练;怎样用神圣的文本有效地讨论性和多样性。

地球村,与艾滋病项目和活动有关的国际展示区,欢迎Geldof的到来,并向他展示了多种多样的赛事,包括戏剧和舞蹈表演,时装表演,电影放映,音乐演出以及各种各样议题的讨论。讨论的内容有艾滋病人和艾滋病感染者在巴基斯坦经受的歧视;变性人在加勒比海的网络策略;中国、肯尼亚和乌干达等地区的年轻女性艾滋病活动家如何作出贡献。

原文题目:《FAST-TRACKING THE GLOBAL HIV REPONSE - DAY 5 AT AIDS 2014》

英文原文:

Thursday July 23, 2014 – Sir Bob Geldof has told delegates at AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference, that the “preposterous reluctance” of governments to fund HIV programs in developing countries is “disgraceful”, especially as the journey to the end of the HIV epidemic is “in the last mile”.

The renowned anti-poverty campaigner made the comments at the conference in Melbourne today as he reflected on the impact of HIV on developing nations.

Geldof said that the HIV epidemic in low income countries is “inextricably linked” to poverty, and he strongly criticized wealthy nations for reneging on foreign aid commitments.

The theme of the conference today (Thursday 24 July) was ‘making the long term short term’, and today’s activities began with plenary presentations about fast-tracking the global HIV response. Issues discussed included accelerating the development of an HIV vaccine (Antonio Lanzavecchia of Switzerland), advancing the development of HIV prevention technologies (Kenneth Mayer of the US), and improving research about and engagement with transgender people and men who have sex with men (Beatriz Grinsztejn of Brasil, and Laurindo Garcia of the Philippines).

The escalating HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia was explored in a special session featuring representatives from Russia, Lithuania and Moldova. The panel considered the regions intersecting epidemics of HIV, injecting drug use, hepatitis C and tuberculosis, as well as solutions to issues such as poor access to treatment and the marginalisation and criminalisation of men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs.

Also this morning was a symposium on the worrying trends of HIV transmission and co-infection in prisons, where HIV prevalence is up to 50 times higher than the general population. Other sessions included a discussion of how cultural and political environments are impacting on the health outcomes of indigenous populations throughout the world, and strategies for making workplaces more inclusive and supportive of people with HIV.

This afternoon featured a special session on how affected communities can work with pharmaceutical companies to ensure that new antiretroviral treatments are made more affordable and more available. Other sessions this afternoon explored a range of subjects such as: the challenges of being transgender in Asia and the Pacific; cultural sensitivity training for sexual health workers in Islamic countries; and how sacred texts can be used to talk effectively about sexuality and diversity.

The Global Village, the conference’s international showcase of community related HIV programmes and activities, welcomed Geldof to the village, and showed him around the wide range of events including theatrical and dance performances, fashion shows, film screenings and music recitals, as well as discussions on a variety of issues including, discrimination experienced by people with HIV and AIDS in Pakistan; the networking strategies of transgender sex workers in the Caribbean; and how young female HIV activists are making a difference in places such as China, Kenya and Uganda.

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