Tags » AIDS

My Faith Fuel is All I Need

What a feisty, dedicated person is Geraldine!

Walking between our three visits today, she accosts a group of men lounging outside what could be a beer hall. 593 more words

Travels

New "Thank you" e-cards debut

Now available: TEN new “thank you” e-cards (in multiple languages) for your PSAs, CSAs, and more! Use these free e-cards as a quick, friendly way to express your appreciation (and provide encouragement) to team members. 191 more words

Affiliate Center

The Angels of Kigali

Cars whizz past, motorcycles navigate treacherous grounds, the waitress puts a bowl of soup in front of me. The sun casts the usual glow over the sidewalk, the air is warm, a phone rings. 1,067 more words

Nicholas Kristof: Polluted Political Games - The Clintons Aren't The Problem

New York Times — I’ve admired the Clintons’ foundation for years for its fine work on AIDS and global poverty, and I’ve moderated many panels at the annual Clinton Global Initiative. 117 more words

Politics

Rogue Spirits Drinks (RED) to #86AIDS

Throughout June, Rogue Ales and Spirits turns RED as we raise money and awareness for the fight against AIDS. The disease was discovered 29 years ago – June of 1981.  278 more words

Rogue Spirits

UNAIDS welcomes further evidence that starting antiretroviral therapy early saves lives

GENEVA, 27 May 2015—UNAIDS welcomes additional evidence that starting antiretroviral therapy at a higher CD4 (a measure of immune system health) level has a positive effect on the health and well-being of people living with HIV. 358 more words

UNAIDS