Donating to HIV Charities

The first cases of HIV were recorded more than 35 years ago. Since then, 78 million people have become infected with HIV, and 35 million have died from AIDS-related illnesses. UNAIDS began operations in 1996 and is currently leading the global anti-HIV movement, working both internationally and regionally. They innovate and organize partnerships to achieve the ultimate goal – to defeat HIV forever. To this end, the organization listens to the opinion of people living with HIV and one way or another affected by HIV, when making decisions on the design, implementation and monitoring of measures to combat this virus.

Donating to HIV Charities

UNAIDS helps countries and communities accelerate their HIV response and provides substantial support in removing legal barriers to disease control.

With your support, UNAIDS and partners will be able to stop the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030.

The AIDS response is constantly changing. There appear new programs, partnerships, scientific developments. All this serves one purpose – to improve the quality of life of people. Follow the news about the success of their work and the problems they face in the AIDS response, trying to help everyone who needs it.

Help UNAIDS talk about the fight against AIDS to as many people as possible. Read the stories on their website, our Facebook page and Twitter account and share them with your friends. Your voice is important!

Your donation will help UNAIDS save lives. They work to reduce the cost of HIV treatment and testing, improve the quality of HIV prevention services, gradually eliminate mother-to-child transmission, support women and girls, protect human rights, campaign against stigmatization and discrimination of people living with HIV — they struggle on all fronts so that the human immunodeficiency virus is a thing of the past. UNAIDS coordinates international responses to AIDS as a public health threat. They are going to completely defeat the virus by 2030. With your help, they can stop AIDS.

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