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Americans of all stripes – Democrats, Republicans, religious leaders, students and business people – have supported programs that are providing life-saving treatment to millions of people and helping to bring about the beginning of the end of AIDS. MORE
A new video by Zach Galifianakis featuring some of the hottest names in Hollywood is getting the message out that if the world comes together, we could be at the beginning of the end of AIDS in just a few short years. MORE
Alicia Keys, Annie Lennox, Bill Gates were part of an inspirational evening to usher in the beginning of the end of AIDS MORE
At the World AIDS Day event hosted today by ONE and (RED), President Obama made a bold commitment that will turn a new chapter in the 30-year battle against HIV/AIDS. If other world leaders show the same level of focus and determination, it is entirely possible we will soon see the beginning of the end of AIDS. MORE
To mark World AIDS Day 2011, ONE and (RED) hosted an event today with participation from three current and former U.S. presidents, bipartisan members of Congress, corporate leaders and activists in the fight against AIDS to address how the world could soon reach “the beginning of the end of AIDS” if three key milestones are met. The event, which took place at George Washington University, highlighted the extraordinary progress that has been made in the last 10 years in the fight against global AIDS, and called upon political leaders in the U.S. and around the world to continue building on that momentum to finally end the AIDS pandemic, which has killed a staggering 30 million people over the past 30 years. MORE
This World AIDS Day, December 1, ONE and (RED) will join together to launch the (2015)QUILT (www.2015quilt.com) - a digital AIDS quilt designed to bring people from all over the world together to fight for a historic achievement - the delivery of the first AIDS free generation in the more than 30 years since the virus was first diagnosed. MORE
To mark World AIDS Day 2011, ONE and (RED) are hosting a high-level panel discussion on reaching "the beginning of the end of AIDS". Major progress has been made in the last 10 years in the fight against global AIDS thanks in large part to US leadership, and now new scientific discoveries hold great promise for reducing infection rates. If the world comes together over the next few years, we could finally see the beginning of the end of the AIDS pandemic, but only if a broad coalition - government and activists, business and faith leaders - comes together to build on the progress already made. MORE
We are pleased that the Obama Administration has embraced the very real possibility of an AIDS-free generation as a clear policy priority. As Secretary Clinton said, it will be one of 'the greatest gifts we can give to our collective future.' MORE
ONE and (RED) are calling on President Obama to focus his Administration on defeating HIV and stepping up U.S. global leadership in this arena. We ask that the President set specific and measurable goals with deadlines. Those goals should include the following:- An AIDS Free Generation by 2015: no child should be born with HIV by 2015
- 15 x 15: ensure 15 million HIV-positive people are on treatment by 2015
- A drastic reduction in the rate of new HIV infections by 2015.If the President commits us all to these bold and world-changing goals he will have helped pave the way to the beginning of the end of AIDS.