HIV & Climate Change: Safeguarding Health in a Changing World
This evidence brief sets out a clear framework demonstrating the effects of the climate crisis on HIV.
Climate change is increasing HIV transmission rates and worsening the health outcomes of people living with HIV, with a recent study modelling a potential 11.6-16 million additional cases of HIV by 2050 if current trends continue.
This Frontline AIDS evidence brief sets out, for the first time, a clear framework demonstrating the effects of the climate crisis on HIV. Alongside the framework, there are case studies from community-based partners: Alive Medical Services, Zvandiri, and MENAHRA.
If you’d like more information on promising and innovative climate change adaptations from across the Frontline AIDS partnership please see the Innovation Hub.