Twenty Years of PEPFAR

Twenty years ago, on January 28, 2003, President George W. Bush announced a program to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa and the Carribean that would change the world. The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) was, and is, the largest disease-specific global health program in history, and this century's most successful effort to end a plague

PEPFAR's Twentieth Anniversary Might Be Its Last

Proposed changes to the mold-breaking program could break it for good

PEPFAR Meets Climate Change

Another president's emergency plan for another global health crisis

PEPFAR in a Global Democratic Recession

At age twenty, PEPFAR's continued success depends on weathering an illiberal wave worldwide

In South Africa, Much More Than an Investment in HIV

Quarraisha Abdool Karim, UNAIDS special ambassador for adolescents and HIV, on "building one house" for health