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Deliver an Integrated Approach
We are failing in our global ambitions to tackle HIV and AIDS and their impacts on children and adolescents. This briefing identifies what actions donors, policy makers, implementers and advocates must take in order to deliver an integrated approach to reach all this population.
Congratulations to Reaching All Children Grant Winners
The eight winners are helping to reach all children at risk of being left behind in the HIV/AIDS response.
In sub-Saharan Africa, three in four new HIV infections are among girls aged 15–19. Many of these HIV positive girls become pregnant, experiencing greater inequality, violence, psychological distress, discrimination, poverty, and stigma. In our new video, hear directly from these young mothers.
The Coalition is very excited to introduce you to our newest Ambassador, Miriam, an 18 years old who lives in Uganda with her three-year-old son.
*This article originally appeared in Devex In sub-Saharan Africa, 42% of adolescent girls and young women living in urban areas and more than 50% of those living in rural areas had a… Read More
Reaching All Children Grants Intended to Identify Social Protection Solutions that Work Middlesex, UK: As Global Social Protection Week begins, ViiV Healthcare’s Positive Action and the Coalition for Children Affected by… Read More