The Rome Action Plan is a compilation of commitments by key stakeholders to accelerate research, development, registration, introduction and uptake of HIV diagnostics and optimal antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) for children living with HIV, with the ultimate objective of reducing morbidity and mortality among this highly vulnerable group.

 

The Rome Action Plan is the product of a series of High Level Dialogues convened by His Eminence Peter Kodwo Appiah Cardinal Turkson, Prefect of the Dicastery for the Promotion of Integral Human Development, and organized by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), PEPFAR, UNAIDS, Caritas Internationalis, the World Council of Churches – Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (WCC-EAA), and global partner organizations.

 

The co-chairs of the AIDS Free Working Group have the responsibility to monitor progress on the Action Plan and to promote full and timely implementation of the action points, including tracking progress towards milestones, and communicating regularly with participants about progress on their commitments and overall implementation of the Plan.

This website tracks the commitments of the Rome Action Plan.

DIAGNOSTICS

2018

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TREATMENT

2017 / 2018

STAKEHOLDERS' COMMITMENTS

Donors:

Research Networks:

Regulatory:

UN and International Orgs:

Pharmaceutical:

Diagnostic:

Implementing Partners:

FBOs:

Governments:

Catholic Church:

Partnerships:

All Stakeholders: