The social service workforce is vital to the HIV/AIDS response. PEPFAR plays an important role in planning, developing, and supporting the social service workforce.
An HIV vaccine could translate into millions of lives saved through averted HIV infections and billions of dollars saved in lower treatment costs. Statement»
Change started at home for Alfred Yeri, who turned his life around and became a community health worker to help those in Mombasa, Kenya living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS. Learn More» Statement from Ambassador Birx»
Identifying opportunities to improve global health requires creative thinking and new collaborations. In Uganda, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used this approach to develop a strategy for their prevention of mother-to-child transmission efforts. Learn More»
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