AVAC's Best Blogs of December 2015
December 18, 2015
With 2015 drawing to a close, we are again energized and inspired by the opportunity to work with so many remarkable individuals and organizations.
As we look forward to continued partnerships in 2016, we did want to share pieces you may have missed from our P-Values blog
South Africa and Kenya Approval of Oral PrEP Should Spur Rollout
The announcements of the approval of oral PrEP in South Africa and Kenya are a major step forward and should spur other countries and global health organizations to quickly follow suit.
Human Rights = The End of AIDS
AVAC staffer Micheal Ighodaro is a HIV/AIDS advocate and an openly gay man living with HIV. On Human Rights Day, he shares his personal story.
A December Reading List
With World AIDS Day, ICASA and many year-end reports, we have more reading material than we can possibly plow through. In the holiday spirit, here's a guide to new releases and who in your life might enjoy them the most.
New Funding for DREAMS, New Targets for Advocacy
World AIDS Day brought a flood of announcements and—for those following the DREAMS initiative—there was news of note.
AVAC on World AIDS Day: We're 20. We're not giving up.
AVAC was founded in 1995. Twenty years later, our message has been the same: prevention is the center of the AIDS response.
Help us celebrate 20 years of accomplishments—and, more importantly, help ensure that we can continue to convene, collaborate and communicate a strong, clear and cohesive vision for HIV prevention today, tomorrow and to end the epidemic. Please consider donating to AVAC before the end of the year!