What is 20x20?
Join a movement with the vision to save lives and one day end AIDS. 20x20 is a call to action for those who won’t sit on the sidelines as 23 million people living with HIV suffer and die without life-saving medication. It is a rallying cry, to take action and get 20 million people on treatment by 2020. We are in a race against the virus, which does not discriminate. Achieving AIDS control is our shared responsibility. Join us as we set off to achieve 20x20, saving millions of lives around the world. Click below!
Nigeria Makes AIDS Anti-Discrimination Law Accessible to All!
As part of AHF’s innovative approach to the HIV/AIDS response, AHF Nigeria, in a dynamic partnership with the federal government of Nigeria and UNAIDS, developed a simplified format of the original HIV/AIDS anti-discrimination law, passed in 2014. The law resulted from nine years of relentless advocacy for legislation protecting the rights and dignity of people… Read more »
Daily News: AHF Celebrates 15 Years of Saving Lives in South Africa
AHF’s Terri Ford with Thembisile Mkhize, one of the heroes who was among the first 100 to receive treatment at an AHF clinic in uMlazi, the pioneers of free antiretroviral treatment in KwaZulu-Natal. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng Original article title: “Aids clinic celebrates 15 years of saving lives” Published by Daily News/Independent Online | April 15, 2016 Durban – The… Read more »
Yeejo: AHF Rwanda Conducts Free HIV/AIDS Testing for Kagugu Youth
By Claude Uwihoreye Karuhije | Original Version, “Youth with fear got tested HIV/AIDS by AHF Rwanda” Published by Yeejo | March 31, 2016 AHF, the international organization that deals with HIV prevention services, testing, and healthcare for HIV patients organized a public action of conducting HIV tests for free for Kagugu residents, mostly youth, who were fearful for their… Read more »