Pinterest pixel

World AIDS Day 2015 | What’s Your Response?

Only 30 years ago, AIDS was a death sentence . . . a scarlet letter even. But because of greater global awareness, safety precautions, medical breakthroughs, and advocacy, millions of lives have been saved, and the end of AIDS is believed to be within reach. However,...

World AIDS Day | 2014

Today, there are 35 million people in our world living with HIV/AIDS, including 3.2 million children . . . The brunt of the crisis largely affects sub-Saharan Africa, and the fallout has been absolutely devastating. HIV/AIDS stifles economies, limits educational...

World AIDS Day

Today, 34 million people in our world are HIV positive. Although this devastating disease affects people on every continent, those in sub-Saharan Africa are suffering the most: 1 in 20 adults here are HIV positive, making up a staggering 69 percent of the global...
Thank you. Please do not refresh the page while we process your transaction.