Tell Congress to Save HIV Funding

US funding has resulted in treatment access for well over 20 million individuals, including at least half a million Americans living with HIV who receive support annually and saved over 25 million lives globally through PEPFAR. Domestic HIV prevention efforts have accelerated with the establishment of the first National HIV/AIDS Strategy in 2010 and the announcement of the Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative in 2019, resulting in a 16% reduction in new HIV infections since 2017 in America’s most highly affected jurisdictions. If we maintain and expand HIV funding, we can finally bring the epidemic under control for all American communities and for communities around the world.

Congress must fully fund our domestic and global anti-HIV efforts. CLICK HERE to contact your members of Congress right now!

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