Monthly Archives: April 2014

Testing Hits the Road in Russia, in Style

Last week, AHF’s newest HIV mobile testing unit (MTU) hit the streets of St. Petersburg, Russia to bring free and accessible testing to residents of the city and the surrounding Leningrad Oblast (county). The MTU, adorned in the colors of the Russian flag and a slogan calling on people to get tested, is the first… Read more »

AHF cuts ribbon on Swaziland’s new Lamvelase HIV Clinic

What was once a dilapidated government building near Swaziland’s capital of Manzini has been reborn as the new wing of AHF Swaziland’s Lamvelase Clinic, where Swazi residents will have access to cutting edge HIV/AIDS treatment and care inside a stunning new facility. The new wing relieves the clinic of a heavy burden – where Lamvelase… Read more »

What is 20×20 ?

What is 20×20? 20×20 is a global campaign to scale up access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for at least 20 million people by year 2020. Currently only 12 million people out of 35 million are on ART, which is far too low. Millions of people still die of AIDS-related causes every year because they cannot… Read more »

Global AIDS Control at 2020: will you help?

One of the driving goals of 20×20 is to scale up access to affordable treatment for at least 20 million people around the world by 2020.    The benefits of treatment are clear: when HIV positive people are consistently on antiretroviral therapy (ART), they live longer, healthier lives and are 96% less likely to pass the virus… Read more »

AHF Aims for 20 Million on HIV Meds by 2020

Join a movement with the vision to save lives and one day end AIDS. 20×20 is call to action for those who won’t sit on the sidelines as 25 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… Read more »