The 90-90-90 targets refer to the pathway by which a person is tested, linked and retained in HIV care, and initiates and adheres to antiretroviral drugs (ARVs). They are known as the 90-90-90 targets.
This UNAIDS strategy, launched in 2014, aims to greatly step up the HIV response in low- and middle-income countries to end the epidemic by 2030. In September 2016, Sweden became the first country to achieve these targets.
Find out more about global HIV targets.