In 2016, donors can either build the road leading us towards the end of AIDS, TB, and malaria, or allow their precious window of opportunity to fade and these diseases to continue spreading for decades more.
"Canada has been an important part of the Global Fund from the beginning—it's also the seventh-largest contributor. As a Canadian, I’m proud that PM Trudeau is stepping up to lead on replenishing the Global Fund."
"By then I already had my first daughter and found out that she too was living with HIV. She was also put on treatment. I so wish I knew my HIV status before she was born. I would have made sure that she was born HIV-free."
In ONE’s 2015 AIDS report—launched today to mark World AIDS Day—we warn that a growing sense of complacency and fatigue threatens to derail the progress achieved and the momentum needed to accelerate the world’s collective efforts against the disease.
"His father and I planned to have him and I made sure that I adhered to my medication so that the virus in my blood was undetectable. This feels like a fairytale sometimes. I have the sweetest husband and my miracle is my little boy. My HIV-free son."
On December 1, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! will kick off (SHOPATHON)RED! Joined by Olivia Wilde, the show will feature (RED) products and guest stars launching once-in-a-lifetime experiences to help the fight to end AIDS.