On World AIDS Day 2003, WHO and UNAIDS released a detailed and concrete plan to reach the 3 by 5 target of providing antiretroviral treatment to three million people living with AIDS in developing countries and those in transition by the end of 2005.
It was a vital step toward the ultimate goal of providing universal access to AIDS treatment to all those who need it.
This program travels to Zambia and Papua New Guinea to explore the anti-HIV fight in those countries, where poverty and lack of education amplify the crisis. Zambia-born Agetha Lloyd, an HIV therapist, describes her WHO-backed campaign to distribute antiretrovirals into remote and hard-hit areas of Papua New Guinea.
This film is part of the KILL OR CURE series of 57 x 25-minute documentaries produced for the BBC. These films can be bought individually or as a series.