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São Paulo 90-90-90 Targets (2014)

82%

59%

78%

Source: Provided by the City of São Paulo

São Paulo HIV Care Continuum (2014)

82%

NA

48%

38%

Mayor's Message

"São Paulo is committed to ending the AIDS epidemic. Here [the city] concentrates the largest number of people living with HIV [in Brazil] and we have developed cutting-edge approaches aiming at ending the epidemic by 2030. Prevention is public policy and we distribute free condoms at the city's urban bus terminals, at health clinics and adult entertainment establishments. We offer PEP in 32 urgent and emergency care units, we expanded testing with oral fluid rapid HIV test at community clinics; we offer universal access to ART and we work closely with Civil Society Organizations to end HIV-related stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV."

Fernando Haddad
Mayor of São Paulo

Community Leadership Messages

“The fight against HIV/AIDS will succeed when public health authorities, scientists, health care workers, and, most importantly, the society embraces the cause. Working together is the way forward.”

Dr. Esper Kallas
Fast-Track Cities Key Opinion Leader
University of São Paulo

“The voice of the key populations is essencial for the fight against HIV/AIDS.”

Dr. Eliana B. Gutierrez
Programme Coordinator
São Paulo Municipal HIV/AIDS Programme

“My engagement with the AIDS movement is shaped by my trajectory and participation in spaces of political incidence. Although policy focus varies from one place to another because their role ranges from advisory to deliberative, in the end their ultimate goal is to improve the quality of STD/AIDS policies.”

Américo Nunes Neto
Coordinator
MOPAIDS ( Movimento Paulistano de Luta contra Aids )

Public Messages

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