HIV Prevention Funding

HIV Prevention Funding at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention administers most programs that help support efforts to stop the spread of HIV. These include that that provide support to cities and states for locally-designed prevention plans, direct assistance to both national and local organizations, and surveillance and epidemiology to help understand how the disease is spreading.

Funding for HIV Prevention and Education Programs at CDC


% Change
1999 to 2000

% Change
from 1993

HIV Prevention and Education


+ 11%

+ 47%

* (includes $35 million for global AIDS efforts)

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ONAP FY2000 Budget

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