PEPFAR Targets
Leadership Act a and First Five-Year Strategy (FY 2004–2008) Lantos-Hyde Reauthorization Act b (Through FY 2013) Second PEPFAR Five-Year Strategy (Through FY 2014) Presidential Declaration, World AIDS Day, 2011 (Through 2013)
Treatment for 2 million Treatment for at least 3 million Treatment for more than 4 million Treatment for 6 million
Prevention of 7 million new infections Prevention of 12 million new infections Prevention of more than 12 million new infections
Reduce the rate of maternal-to-child transmission by 20 percent by 2005 and 50 percent by 2010 80 percent access to counseling, testing, and treatment to prevent the transmission of HIV from mother to child 80 percent coverage of testing for pregnant women; 85 percent coverage of antiretroviral prophylaxis, and treatment as indicated, for HIV-positive pregnant women; 480,000 babies of HIV-positive mothers born HIV-negative
65 percent coverage of early infant diagnosis and 80 percent coverage of testing for older children of HIV-positive mothers
Provision of care to 10 million, including orphans and vulnerable children Provision of care to 12 million, including 5 million orphans and vulnerable children Provision of care to more than 12 million, including 5 million orphans and vulnerable children
Care and treatment services to children with HIV in proportion to their percentage within the HIV-infected population
Training and retention of 140,000 new health care workers Training and retention of more than 140,000 new health care workers


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