The key target for the HIV Cure Research Center is to find a cure for HIV.
Never before in history have we been so close to a vaccine and a cure for HIV.
A society without HIV would be the single most important medical breakthrough of our times.
The fight far from over. We have not yet reached our goal.
Funding research into finding a cure is now more important than ever!
Our support to HCRC will accelerate the prospect of a potential cure.
A society free of HIV and AIDS.
The key target is to support vulnerable and orphaned children in South Africa, particularly those living with HIV.
The devastating consequences of HIV & AIDS, leaving almost two million children orphaned has dislocated the entire South African society.
Our children are our hope and future. They deserve to be free of worry. They deserve to live a happy life.
Orphan children are among the most vulnerable people on the planet. Helping them get a better life will require a continuous effort.
If we don’t intervene, an entire generation of children will be lost.
Our support to WMF will provide vulnerable orphan children with a better life.
Saving a generation of children by providing them a future.
Hi, my name is Jonathan; I am a heterosexual man from Belgium and have been living with HIV for ten years.
My struggle with self-love and acceptance has been fierce, but after almost a decade I have finally been able to liberate myself from the anger, guilt and shame that was once consuming and almost destroyed me.
Today I want to help others find that same peace. I am therefore launching this global initiative about HIV and stigma that will fully come to fruition on 1st December, World AIDS DAY, this year.
HIV has become a chronic disease and yet depression, anxiety and even suicide are on the rise among people living with HIV. According to research, HIV+ people are five times more likely to take their own lives than people not living with HIV.
We must fight stigma an discrimination on all front and with all means!