President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

The remaining 16 members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS were fired on Wednesday.
The Trump administration not only reinstated the Global Gag Rule, it expanded it – by 15 times.
  On the International Day of the Girl Child – and every day – the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR
We are closer to eliminating HIV than ever before – binding communities, scientists, and political leaders together to envision a different future.
Co-authored by Todd Schafer “90-90-90 to break the AIDS epidemic by 2020.” It’s a brilliant public health strategy developed
WASHINGTON — At least one million people will die in sub-Saharan Africa and elsewhere, researchers and advocates said on
When Kamohelo’s HIV test came back positive, she was devastated. What started as a routine prenatal visit for this 27-year
The former first lady launched the program to promote education for girls around the world.
On World Health Day (April 7), we recommit ourselves to making the world a healthier and more secure place. Fifteen years
We cannot do it alone, but together we can make an AIDS-free generation a reality. The blueprint is driven by five key principles that are the foundation of PEPFAR's work with partner countries.
By combining funds, experience and infrastructure we can tackle and defeat some of the most deadly diseases in some of the most impoverished regions. We encourage others to join us, so we may all come together to save lives and promote healthy communities around the world.
We think of innovations as new technologies, but in healthcare, innovations are often as simple as a pregnant woman with HIV talking with a similarly-affected peer who has successfully navigated the treatment process.