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690,000 people died from AIDS in 2019

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ACCELERATE: HIV Services for Key Populations Affected by HIV/AIDS

Africa

Alamo Area Resource Center

Asia

Atlanta

BeOnLine: A Platform to Expanding HIV Testing Among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) in Kazakhstan

Birmingham AIDS Outreach

Centre for Sexual Health and HIV AIDS Research

Challenge Fund Scale-Up-Kenya

Chukua Selfie

Community-Led Mobile-Based Harm Reduction

Ending the epidemic policy fellowship program

Europe & Central Asia

Friends For Life Corporation

Fund for Resilience, Equity, and Engagement (FREE)

Guiding Right

India HIV/AIDS Alliance

Innovative HIV and Harm Reduction Solutions for Underserved Segments of Key and Bridge Populations in Ukraine

Kazakhstan

Kostamowin addressing community fear

Moscow

Moscow Lighthouse

Novosibirsk Lighthouse

Online Therapy with London HIV Clinics

Perkumpulan Rumah Cemara

PrEPster

READY 4 an AIDS-Free Future, Maputo, Mozambique

Ryan White and HIV: The Power of Children and a Mother’s Story

Samarth 2.0

SisterLove

Sisters with a Voice

South Africa

St. Petersburg Lighthouse

Subhiksha

Support. Don’t Punish: A Global Movement for Harm Reduction

The Center for Community Solutions

The Food Chain

USA

Vermont Cares

VOCAL Kenya/Harm Reduction International

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Robert Key Memorial Fund

Stigma and discrimination remain the most pressing barriers to HIV prevention, care and treatment for marginalised communities across the globe. Through the newly relaunched Robert Key Memorial Fund, the Foundation is accepting Concept Notes for solutions that have a strong potential to address stigma and discrimination for populations at-risk or living with HIV from marginalised communities.

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New Initiative: Breakthrough

For 30 years, we’ve been relentlessly focused on putting an end to the AIDS epidemic, but we need to be doing more. In the Southern United States, there are 250,000 people who are living with HIV, but lack access to treatment, indicating an urgent need for HIV testing, education, prevention, and resources in the area.

We’re thrilled to be joining forces with Walmart to change the course of HIV in Atlanta and the Southern US, as we continue working towards a future free from AIDS.

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our focus

We are excited to share a new short film with you from Elton John, David Furnish and Anne Aslett to hear how we at the Foundation plan to drive our mission forward, overcome stigma and hate, and end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

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our mission

AIDSFREE Christmas Appeal with Elton John

The Elton John AIDS Foundation was established in 1992 and is one of the leading independent AIDS organisations in the world. The Foundation’s mission is simple: to be a powerful force in the end to the AIDS epidemic. We are committed to no more discrimination. No more HIV infections. No more AIDS deaths. No matter who or where you are.

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The Foundation harnesses local expertise across four continents to challenge discrimination, prevent infections and provide treatment for the most vulnerable groups, as well as mobilising governments to end AIDS.

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