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working on the prevention, detection, and treatment of HIV. With 35 years breaking down barriers to save more lives.

Our fight extends to public health

where we aim to make an impact to ensure people’s right to health, regardless of their ability to pay.

We provide treatment to over 1,825,000 individuals in 45 countries

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Menstrual Poverty is a Human Rights Issue and Not Just ‘a Hygiene Matter’

One in every 3 adolescents in Latin America regularly misses school due to the lack of adequate resources to manage their menstrual periods with dignity: clean water, proper underwear, and products such as sanitary pads, tampons, or menstrual cups. Instead, they are forced to resort to socks, rags, or paper, an undignified situation that affects girls’ self-esteem and hampers their educational and social opportunities.

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Menstrual Poverty is a Human Rights Issue and Not Just ‘a Hygiene Matter’

One in every 3 adolescents in Latin America regularly misses school due to the lack of adequate resources to manage their menstrual periods with dignity: clean water, proper underwear, and products such as sanitary pads, tampons, or menstrual cups. Instead, they are forced to resort to socks, rags, or paper, an undignified situation that affects girls’ self-esteem and hampers their educational and social opportunities.

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New Pandemic Agreement: Pharma Wins, Developing World Loses: AHF Institute

As the final Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO) Pandemic Agreement approaches, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the AHF Global Public Health Institute are voicing significant concerns about the April 16, 2024, Proposal for the WHO Pandemic Agreement.

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Yes, we can end TB and AIDS.

Despite the achievements of the response to tuberculosis around the world, TB, a 100% curable disease, continues to claim thousands of lives.

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Yes, it’s definitely possible. Learn how to live healthily through experiences of people living with HIV.

We don’t ask for permission here. We talk about sexuality and self-care with a diverse and stigma-free perspective.

HIV FACTS

Did you know… Only 39% of children with HIV in Latin America and the Caribbean receive antiretroviral treatment, which contributes to high infant mortality rates from HIV in the region.

Source: UNICEF