On October 2, 2014, experts will convene to discuss a new model that predicts long-term risks and costs of inaction in the lives of children affected by adult HIV/AIDS. Click here for more information and to watch the event live.
PEPFAR and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation have launched Accelerating Children’s HIV/AIDS Treatment (ACT), a $200 million initiative to double the number of children receiving ART in ten priority African countries in two years. Press Release» W.H. Release» W.H. Blog» Fact sheet»
PEPFAR is an important example of the successful collaboration between the U.S. and African nations. The shared commitment to save lives and change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic to achieve an AIDS-free generation was a key part of the discussion at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. Learn More»
Sep. 9: At a global HIV/AIDS and women briefing on Capitol Hill, Ambassador Birx spoke about the disproportionately high HIV prevalence among young women and PEPFAR’s role in improving the lives of women affected by HIV/AIDS. More»
The target date for the Millennium Development Goals is just 500 days away. This provides the global health community an opportunity to take stock of what we are doing to advance the goals and build momentum for the new goals. Learn what PEPFAR is doing to advance the goals: Blog Post»
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