News, commentary, and voices in the efforts to eliminate HIV and AIDS in children worldwide.
March 19, 2013
EGPAF Senior Director of Country
Management, Dr. Stephen Lee.
On February 26, 2013, EGPAF’s Senior Director of Country Management and Support, Dr. Stephen Lee delivered a lecture on the challenges involved in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in rural settings to more than 150 students at State University of New York (SUNY) Potsdam
New York, New York
March 18, 2013
Miss Universe Olivia Culpo speaking at EGPAF’s
inaugural Global Champions for a Mother’s Fight
gala Feb. 20. (Photo: EGPAF)
"On March 10, we celebrated National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. It was a day to recognize how AIDS affects women and girls in the United States. It was a day to reflect on 30 years of the epidemic, and how it has impacted our young people. It was a day to take a stand." Read more about how Miss Universe 2012 stood with women worldwide to fight for the end of AIDS.
March 15, 2013
EGPAF Ambassadors Josephine Nabukenya and
Janice McCall at Dance Marathon 2012 at UCLA.
This week, we’re learning more about how a D.C. organization is fighting for women and girls living with HIV, thinking about the challenges of growing up with HIV, and reading about how an EGPAF Ambassador honored her late daughter.
Los Angeles, CA
March 15, 2013
(Photo: EGPAF, 2013)
This month, EGPAF released an end-of-project report for its work in Rwanda on the USAID-funded HIV Clinical Services Program (HCSP). The HCSP aimed to increase access to high-quality, comprehensive HIV-related clinical services, as well as offerings focused on maternal and child health, family planning and reproductive health, nutrition, and sexual and gender-based violence by supporting health institutions as they provide these services. The report, which you can read here
, illustrates EGPAF’s achievements and next steps in Rwanda.
Johannesburg, South Africa
March 14, 2013
Florence and our friend Nivedan at Dance
Marathon at UCLA in February. (Photo: EGPAF)
The month of February is important to me. It is a time for me to reflect, and for me, it symbolizes the importance of living life to the fullest, even after the thing that gave you life has passed on. Learn more about how I honored my late daughter's legacy this February at Dance Marathon at UCLA.
March 13, 2013
EGPAF co-founders Susie Zeegen,
Susan DeLaurentis and Elizabeth
Glaser (L-to-R). (Photo: EGPAF)
This month, we’re taking the time to honor women and girls in the United States and around the world who are focused on the fight against HIV as we celebrate Women’s History Month. We’re sharing stories, interviews, and perspectives from women and girls, and remembering our own powerful legacy of women involved in creating an AIDS-free generation.
We'll be updating this page each time a new blog highlighting a different woman is published, so check back frequently!