The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS (the Coalition) is a unique group of global donors, UN agencies, NGOs and independent experts working together to help children survive and thrive.Learn More
Seeking a Young Mother Global Ambassador
Are you: A young mother, aged 18-21? Living with or affected by HIV? An advocate in your community, working to improve the lives of young mothers and their children? If the answer to all these questions is yes, please consider being a Global Ambassador for The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS!
Reach All Children Challenge
Can you show evidence-based interventions that demonstrate how social protection supports HIVs testing, treatment and care for children in low and middle-income countries? Submit your entry to the Challenge!
World AIDS Day
In honor of World AIDS Day, and this year’s theme of “Know Your Status,” the Coalition asked each of our Ambassadors why it is so important for people to know their status and what they think may be standing in the way. Read what they had to say.
Despite progress in
tackling HIV, there are still huge
numbers of children out of reach
of HIV testing, treatment and care. Read our advocacy brief on ending AIDS in children.
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