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.

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Meet Miriam Hasasha

The Coalition is very excited to introduce you to our newest Ambassador, Miriam Hasasha. Miriam is 18 years old and lives in Uganda with her three-year-old son.

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Remembering Noreen Huni

The members and friends of the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS were deeply saddened by the recent passing of our dear friend and colleague, Noreen Huni.

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Inclusion and Universal Health Coverage

The Coaliton has developed key messages to help advocates speak with one voice as they work to tackle the exclusion faced by children and adolescents affected by HIV and AIDS, as well as their caregivers.

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About Us

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.

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Listen to Young Mothers & Children Affected by HIV

AIDS is the top killer of adolescents in Africa. If the current rate continues, U.N. estimates suggest as many as 740,000 additional adolescents could become HIV positive between 2016 and… Read More

Meet Miriam Hasasha

The Coalition is very excited to introduce you to our newest Ambassador, Miriam Hasasha. Miriam is 18 years old and lives in Uganda with her three-year-old son. Among the many… Read More

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