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Princess discovered she was HIV positive in 2008. Thanks to the Global Fund she was has been able to receive ART since then. Because of JFK Hospital's PMTCT program she was able to give birth to a healthy HIV free baby boy, Michael. Here she sits on the bed with Michael and another baby boy, Emett who she is now caring for. Photo by Morgana Wingard

Michael Gerson: In Liberia, U.S. aid can make all the difference

George W. Bush’s greatest legacy — his battle against AIDS - The Washington Post almost chokes having to praise W

WHO guidance 'risks killing children' - http://www.healtherpeople.com/who-guidance-risks-killing-children.html

A child in a malaria ward in Juba. The Global Fund supports intervention programmes in South Sudan.

This... This is a powerful image of what AIDS can do, as well as what modern medicine is capable of. - Imgur

The Lazarus Effect film tells the stories of 4 HIV+ people in Zambia, including Concillia Muhua who when we first meet her is close to death’s door.

"Less than 1% of Maasai girls make it to college... Catherine Timanoi Koyiah is the exception... Tradition would have had Catherine married to an older man in exchange for a few cows worth about what the family earns in a year – less than $ 500. One year at the University of Nairobi costs $ 2,250." (via Aid for Africa)

Aid for Africa Girls Education Fund Spotlight-Catherine Koyiah - Aid for Africa

“I had no happiness in my life before. I didn’t trust people and was very negative. My behavior was bad and I had a lot of problems and no boundaries. // Now, I can support myself, face challenges, and see the positive in people and situations. Being able to work has changed my life and brought me joy.” FashionABLE

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I had no happiness in my life before. I didn’t trust people and was very negative. My behavior was bad and I had a lot of problems and no boundaries.

What We Must Do to Turn the Tide on AIDS | Impatient Optimists

What We Must Do to Turn the Tide on AIDS | Impatient Optimists

'THE LAZARUS EFFECT' Film from (RED) & HBO: The  30-minute documentary follows the story of HIV-positive people in Africa who in as few as 40 days undergo a remarkable transformation thanks to access to treatment that costs around 40 cents a day.

FDA advisory panel recommends approval of home HIV test kits and HIV prevention pills

Story of sex workers' empowerment in India: http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters/2012/jul/26/india-sex-workers-female-empowerment?newsfeed=true

Indian sex workers are a shining example of women's empowerment

Indian sex workers are a shining example of women's empowerment As the alternative Aids summit in Kolkata has shown, society should start treating women who work in the industry with respect instead of disgust

Working for Global Mamas has allowed Doris to save money. #ONEMoms

Working for Global Mamas has allowed Doris to save money.

How did the largest healthcare associated outbreak in the U.S. unfold? Check out CDC’s fungal meningitis infographic to learn more about the first cases and how CDC and state health departments responded. http://go.usa.gov/2AN4

How did the largest healthcare associated outbreak in the U. Check out CDC’s fungal meningitis infographic to learn more about the first cases and how CDC and state health departments responded.

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