Turning Up The Volume On Children & Families Living With HIV And AIDS
The following post, by Coalition member, Florence Anam of the International Community of Women Living with HIV, was originally published on the InterAction blog.
No arguments are more persuasive in influencing global HIV and AIDS policy and funding decisions than those of the children and families affected by the disease. After all, these individuals know best the challenges they face and the solutions most likely to work for them. But they must be empowered in order to effect real change.
If we are to end the epidemic as a public health threat by the year 2030, we must ensure that the voices of those affected by HIV and AIDS are heard.
Read the full post here.