What We’re Reading: “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-free Generation.”

On Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, millions across the globe will commemorate World AIDS Day 2013. This year’s theme: “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation” speaks to the progress we’ve made in the worldwide effort to eliminate HIV/AIDS, but also the work we must continue to do to achieve our goals.

Huffington Post “Why the Phrase 'AIDS in Africa' Needs To Be Retired” – “A one-size-fits-all approach to tackling AIDS doesn’t make sense,” so we should avoid of generalizations about the epidemic on the continent, says Erin Hohlfelder, ONE’s global health policy director.  

EGPAF “We Can’t Do It Alone” – This World AIDS Day, we’re celebrating the many advances in the field of HIV/AIDS,  and taking stock of the work that must continue in order to eliminate pediatric HIV/AIDS worldwide.

USAID “10 Years in the Making: Celebrating USAID’s Achievements Under PEPFAR” -- We’ve come a long way in the last30 years.. To honor World AIDS Day 2013, USAID reflects on a decade of working under the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

EGPAF “Be A Sweetie, Support EGPAF” – On Dec. 1, our partners at Sprinkles Cupcakes will again recognize World AIDS Day with their signature Red Ribbon Cupcake. For one day only, Sprinkles locations across the United States will donate 100 percent of the purchase price on every delectable Red Ribbon Red Velvet Cupcake sold to EGPAF in support of World AIDS Day.

About.com“Top 10 Holiday Gifts that Benefit HIV/AIDS Charities” – The EGPAF’s partnership with  BowTie Cause tops About.com’s list of 10 Holiday Gifts that benefit HIVAIDS charities. You can purchase your very own EGPAF bowtie here!