HIV/AIDS Task Force

This program is no longer active.

The HIV/AIDS Task Force works to build bipartisan consensus on critical U.S. policy initiatives and to emphasize the centrality of U.S. leadership in strengthening country-level capacities to enhance prevention, care, and treatment of HIV/AIDS.

The CSIS HIV/AIDS Task Force has transitioned to its next phase as part of the larger CSIS Global Health Policy Center.

Since its conception, the CSIS HIV/AIDS task force sought to build bipartisan consensus on critical U.S. policy initiatives and to emphasize to senior U.S. policymakers, opinion leaders, and the corporate sector the centrality of U.S. leadership in strengthening country-level capacities to enhance prevention, care, and treatment of HIV/AIDS. J. Stephen Morrison, director of the Global Health Policy Center, managed the overall project, in cooperation with the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, the CSIS Russia/Eurasia Program, and the CSIS South Asia Program.