Selected HIV/AIDS Websites
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/
AIDS, a partnership of UNICEF, UNDP,
UNFPA, UNDCP, ILO, UNESCO, WHO,
An intuitive, accessible and mobile resource that
provides access to a practical set of guidelines,
tools and information to meet the ever evolving
clinical requirements of managing comorbidities in
the context of HIV infection.
Produced by NAM in collaboration with
British HIV Association and International HIV/
An online library containing HIV/AIDSrelated
International AIDS Economic Network: data,
tools, and analysis for a compassionate, costeffective
response to the global epidemic.
Johns Hopkins University AIDS Service.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of
Guide to all NIH HIV/AIDS-related activities
Joint WHO-UNAIDS HIV Vaccine Initiative.
World Health Organization Department of
Reproductive Health Outlook, produced by
United States Agency for International Aid,
Department of Global Health Program for
Population Council’s Horizons Program.
Links to hundreds of websites that perform
AIDS Education Global Information System.
United Nations Development Programme,
Comprehensive, current information on HIV
treatment, prevention, and policy from the
University of California–San Francisco
Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at UCSF.
Harvard AIDS Institute is dedicated to conducting
and catalyzing research to end the
worldwide AIDS epidemic.
Journal of the American Medical Association
HIV/AIDS Resource Center; includes in-depth
reports, an online library, and treatment
American Medical Association Section on
US Census Bureau HIV/AIDS Surveillance;
includes surveillance database and selected
developing country profiles.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC), Center for HIV/AIDS Prevention.
CDC National Prevention Information
Network: U.S. reference, referral, and distribution
service for information on HIV/AIDS,
STDs, and tuberculosis.
AIDS Education Training Centers, National
Comprehensive, up-to-date information and
news on AIDS in Africa.
Provides an easily accessible comprehensive
source of information on HIV/AIDS indicators
derived from sample surveys; allows the
user to produce tables for specific countries by
selected background characteristics.