U.S. Ambassador congratulates EGPAF's mobile clinic launch
by Arsenio Manhice, May 20, 2013
With 25.1 percent prevalence of HIV, Gaza is the most heavily affected province of Mozambique, but the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) and its partners are leading the fight to eliminate HIV from the region. With the launch of three mobile clinics, healthcare will be easier to access in the districts where coverage is dangerously low.
The Ndhiwa Region is Getting Close to the Elimination of Pediatric HIV Infections
by Eric Kilongi, May 20, 2013
The Ndhiwa region of Kenya has seen tremendous progress in the elimination of new pediatric HIV infections.The region’s average mother-to-child HIV transmission rates have decreased from a high of 10 percent in 2010 to 4 percent in 2012.
Elizabeth and Jake Glaser. (Photo: EGPAF)
Mother's Day Traditions
by Jake Glaser, May 11, 2013
Mother's Day is a day to reflect on the important role mothers around the world play in their children's lives. For Jake Glaser, Elizabeth's 28-year-old son, it is no different. He took some time to reminisce about an important Glaser family tradition and the role his mom played in his life. ...
What We're Reading: A New United Nations Report, the Future of PEPFAR, Rickshaws and "A Time For Heroes"
Posted May 24, 2013
The Sitar Wars team with Chewie, the rickshaw they took on a wild adventure
across India to raise money for EGPAF.
(Photo: Sitar Wars)
This week, we’re gearing-up for “A Time for Heroes,” celebrating a new report from the United Nations that found AIDS-related deaths in Africa are down and access to treatment is up, finding new optimism on World HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, cheering on fundraisers who raced across India in a rickshaw to raise money for EGPAF, and thinking about the future of PEPFAR as we celebrate its 10-year anniversary.
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