African leaders meeting on 14 July 2015 in Addis Ababa urged concerted continental and global efforts to accelerate domestic financing for health. They emphasised the continued importance of international support to Africa’s disease responses in the spirit of shared responsibility and global solidarity.
The Action Committee of Heads of State and Government of AIDS Watch Africa (AWA) meet in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa on 13 July 2015. The meeting considered the AIDS Watch Africa Experts Report with key advocacy issues for ending AIDS, TB and Malaria.
The Government of Zimbabwe and the African Union jointly hosted the Continental World AIDS Day under the theme "Getting to Zero in Africa-Africa Responsibility, Everyone's Responsibility". — at Elephant Hills, Victoria Falls.
AIDS Watch Africa Experts Meeting, 4-5 May 2015, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
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Created at the Abuja 2001 Special Summit, AIDS Watch Africa (AWA) is an Africa-led instrument to stimulate leaders into action and mobilize the resources needed to address AIDS, TB and Malaria in an effective, sustainable and accountable manner.