The Department of Health and Human Services is requesting comments through August 17th on the pending removal of the HIV travel ban. Public comment periods allow anyone to submit thoughts on new government policy before it is implemented.
On July 24, the US House of Representatives voted to end the ban on federal funding for needle exchange programs. Representative Jose Serrano publicly applauded PHR for our work on needle exchange funding issues
Last week, The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) released a public comment on the repeal of the HIV travel ban.
NPR's Morning Edition recently reported on a visit to Capitol Hill by the Afghanistan Minister of Health Sayid Fatimie. This short report asked the question: should foreign aid for global health be viewed as a way of helping poor countries or should it serve foreign policy objectives?
The US government is very close to ending the discriminatory HIV Travel Ban, which prohibits people living with AIDS from entering the United States. Take action today by telling the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to end the HIV Travel Ban.