Investment = Impact: Urge Congress to Stay Committed to Fighting Global HIV/AIDS
Congress is making tough decisions about final funding levels for fiscal year 2015, including how much to invest in global HIV/AIDS.
The government is currently funded through a “stop-gap” funding measure called a continuing resolution. This funding is set to expire on December 11, 2014, so Congress must act quickly to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year. Both the House and Senate State and Foreign Operations Subcommittees have prepared important funding legislation, however the Senate includes a $300 million cut to global HIV/AIDS.
Advocates from around the country are encouraging their members of Congress to reject the Senate’s proposed cuts and protect funding. You can join us. Take action today and tell your members of Congress to reject cuts to global HIV/AIDS. You can also use social media by sharing this message through twitter and facebook. With concerted financial and political commitment, we can end the AIDS epidemic once and for all—which will be not only an unparalleled global health triumph, but a testament to U.S. leadership and resolve.