A new Position Paper of GAPW analyzes the document Fast Tracking Combination Prevention released by UNAIDS. According GAPW ´s view some questions has been missed from de discussion. GAPW says: “In the document, UNAIDS advocates for combination prevention, which is a more comprehensive approach to HIV prevention that utilizes all available methods in order to curb new infections. The document’s support to adopt combination prevention is an important step in the right direction in terms of revitalizing national HIV responses, creating more localized and regionalized HIV efforts, and tailoring HIV prevention packages to specific and key populations at risk. The first three components of the six-stage approach proposed in this document are commitment, focus, and synergy. Whereas the last three address implementation, these first three components address strategy and will therefore be the focus of this discussion”.