The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) is an organization that works to end AIDS by advocating for global action, providing information and support, engaging with society, and providing resources to those in need. Founded in 1996, UNAIDS works with governments and civil societies to advocate for and help people with HIV/AIDS.
The UNAIDS website clearly demonstrates the impact of HIV and AIDS worldwide and provides information and resources for people to get involved and learn more. Users can find data and articles about the condition and read about the efforts being undertaken to fight it. There are tabs for learning more about the organization, what the organization does, program areas, regions, resources, and next step action links.
Under the “What We Do” tab, there are four pages about various efforts that the organization spearheads. The first is the 90-90-90 Treatment For All target, which says that by 2020 90% of all people with HIV will know their status, receive antiretroviral therapy, and have viral suppression. There are also pages about HIV Prevention, Human Rights work, and the latest Data.